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Jollibee Group chicken products are flu-free


Fastfood giant Jollibee Foods Corp. assured the public that the products of its chain of restaurants which includes flagship Jollibee, Mang Inasal, Chowking, Greenwich and Burger King, are free from the bird flu virus which was detected in Pampanga last week.

In a statement, Jollibee stressed that all poultry products across its brands undergo strict quality standards and are safe for consumption.

” JFC sources is local poultry product requirements only from accredited and reputable suppliers in the Philippines that employ the safest practices in sourcing, manufacturing, preparation and delivery,” said the country’s largest fasfood firm.

According to JFC, all its poultry suppliers are outside the bio security kilometer range and their most updated tests show no manifestation of any disease.

“As part of our overall supply risk management against typhoons and diseases such as this, we spread out the sourcing of our poultry requirements across different areas of the country and maintain a roster of reputable suppliers to ensure continuous, secure and safe supply,” JFC said.

“On top of these, JFC follows very stringent quality assurance procedures and supplier accreditation processes – including HACCP, ISO 9001 Quality Management System, and FSSC 22000 Food Safety Management Systems,” it added.

JFC said it also follows its own strict quality standards on food service, cleanliness and condition in all its stores and commissaries worldwide

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