Bangkok-headquartered Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Co. (CP Foods) has reached a significant milestone in Thailand’s livestock products industry by becoming the nation’s first company to export frozen pasteurized liquid whole egg to Japan. It recently held a launching ceremony for the initial shipment of product from CP Foods’ Ban Na egg processing plant in Nakhon Nayok Province to Japan.
Wanthanee Chamnarnshettakarn, head of CP’s egg processing, bread and ready to eat business, said that the company’s dedication to product quality and sustainability has earned the trust of Thai and Japanese consumers. The pasteurized liquid whole egg is made from high quality eggs sourced from hens raised with strict adherence to animal welfare and biosecurity standards. Product is pasteurized and packed in a temperature-controlled and hygienic facility to maintain nutritional status and extend shelf life beyond that of fresh eggs.
The Ban Na egg processing plant adheres to CPF Quality Policy, which ensures that all CP Foods products are of the highest quality and safety standards worldwide. In addition, the facility is certified to international standards including GHPs, BRC, HACCP, and ISO9001:2015, assuring the highest levels of hygiene and food safety.
“The first shipment was approved due to CP Foods’ high-tech production that complies with international standards,” said Wanthanee. “We are committed to bringing Thai livestock production up to international standards and promoting sustainable consumption among Thai and consumers worldwide,”
CP Foods’ Ban Na egg processing plant produces liquid eggs and boiled eggs with a production capacity of 2,000,000 eggs per day, which are delivered to food processing factories in Thailand for production of ready-to-eat meals under the CP brand.