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Produced with Care – European Farmers prioritise Animal Health and Welfare

100% European Poultry – Food Safety and Sustainability from Farm to Fork

Produced with Care – European Farmers prioritise Animal Health and Welfare

100% European Poultry – Food Safety and Sustainability from Farm to Fork

EU poultry sector

A global player with family-based structures

The European poultry sector plays a relevant role on the global stage by being the third-largest poultry meat producer in the world after the USA and China.  Chicken meat accounts for the largest share (83%) of EU poultry production, turkey meat (13%) and duck meat (4%) follow at great distance.

Sustainability and animal welfare

The EU poultry industry sets global standards

In recent years, people have been paying increasing attention to how their food is produced especially with regard to animal welfare and sustainable production. The European poultry meat sector is well prepared to meet these expectations, with production methods in compliance with the very strict EU rules applied throughout the entire production chain – “from farm to fork”.

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Tips for preparing poultry meat

What would our cuisine be without poultry? For one thing, not as varied– because chicken, turkey, duck & co. provide variety on the plate with their different flavours. If you multiply the types of poultry with their different cuts and preparation options, you get an infinite number of delicious combinations.

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Produced with Care – European Farmers prioritise Animal Health and Welfare

100% European Poultry – Food Safety and Sustainability from Farm to Fork

Produced with Care – European Farmers prioritise Animal Health and Welfare

100% European Poultry – Food Safety and Sustainability from Farm to Fork

The truths behind the most common myths about EU poultry

Conscious nutrition is a high priority for most people. More and more consumers want to know how healthy their food is and where it comes from – and that is a good thing. However, among the relevant information, persistent myths abound – including some about European poultry. Here are five truths that do away with common misconceptions on European Poultry.