Times of Oman
Dec 01, 2015 LAST UPDATED AT 12:58 AM GMT
A’Saffa committed to healthy products
November 18, 2012 | 12:00 AM

Muscat: A'Saffa Foods over a decade has been committed to providing its customers healthy, pure and safe food products. Customers buy with confidence the increasingly diverse range of food products here in the Oman because of the high set standards for product quality, hygiene, safety and the use of internationally certified processing systems.

A'Saffa Foods is committed itself to top international quality standards, modern and sophisticated poultry farming systems and processes. As a result the plant, which is HACCP certified to the highest international standards for its food quality and hygiene, uses the very best-in-class technology and equipment, and today is recognised as among the most advanced units of its kind in the GCC with an operational capacity of up to 8,000 birds per hour.

In addition the company has also secured the prestigious ISO 9001 Total Quality Management System and ISO 14001 Environmental Management System for its operations that are consistently identified as the best in the region. A'Saffa Foods, head, Sales and Marketing, Sidhartha Lenka says: "We are immensely proud of the world class quality and systems that we have in place to ensure that our food processing is of the highest quality and can ensure that consumers across Oman can buy our chicken and other products with full confidence.

"When it comes to buying food for the family, it is essential for our customers to know they can buy our products in the knowledge that it has been produced in conditions that can match any in the world with the added benefits of its 100 per cent pure halal production and great taste thanks to our systems and natural feed we give our chickens."

A'Saffa Foods takes pride in their one-of-a-kind and first technologically advanced sheds in Oman to have a capacity to house 32,500 chickens and each farm is automatically controlled through advanced climate control systems. Optimal temperatures and humidity levels are programmed into the system and it maintains the conditions round-the-clock.

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