About Great Hill Farms

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About our conventional chicken

Our conventional chicken is the bread Ross 308.
The chickens are raised in safe environments, protected by our farmers. We protect the chickens
and keep them inside to ensure, that they aren’t exposed to any increased risk of infection.

Our chickens have free access to water and food, and they live in a safe environment on our farms.

All our products based on our conventional chicken, are made on chickens from one of our Scandi standard countries.

We are therefore able to ensure full traceability from farmer to fork on all our chickens and products.

Free from antibiotics

Traceable from farmer to fork

High food safety

Ready to cook assortment

Our Ready-to-cook assortment is based on raw products, both fitted for retail and foodservice.

Our products are packed with care in one of our raw productions’ facilities.

Ready to eat assortment

Our Ready-to-eat assortment is based on products that are ready for use right away, both fitted for retail and foodservice.

Our products are produced and packed with care in one of our processed food facilities.

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Setting the standard in poultry production

Free from antibiotics

Traceable from farmer to fork

High food safety

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State-of-the-art production facilities

Free from antibiotics

Traceable from farmer to fork

High food safety

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Chicken for every occasion

Free from antibiotics

Traceable from farmer to fork

High food safety

Cooking options

Contact

For further information

Mohammad Mouneimne

Sales Director, Global Export
mohammad.mouneimne@scandistandard.com

Sabrina Kronborg

Business Unit Manager, Southern Europe & Asia
sabrina.kronborg@scandistandard.com

Kaja Gregersen

Key Account Manager Asia
kaja.gregersen@scandistandard.com

Oliver Broderius Sarto

Key Account Manager UK FS
oliver.sarto@scandistandard.com

*Not treated with antibiotics subject to medical prescription. A feed additive (Coccidiostats) is used to avoid disorders of the intestines in the chicken, which can be caused by parasites.