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Corporate Governance

Strategic leadership is provided by a Board of highly experienced executive and non-executive directors from diverse backgrounds and industries.

The roles of Chairman, Chief Executive, and Company Secretary are separated. Individuals holding these positions act with the highest consideration of ethics, integrity, and accountability. The standing committees of the Board have oversight on: Risk Management, Investments, Internal Audit, Governance and Sustainability.

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Governance and Sustainability

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Internal Audit

Risk Management

Our Certifications

Our breeder farms, hatcheries, and processing facilities are continually inspected and tested by the Government Veterinary Authorities in laboratory facilities locally and independent laboratories internationally.

Key accreditations for most of our processing plants include:

FSSC 22000 STANDARD (ISO 22000:2018,ISO-TS 22002-1 AND Additional requirement version 5.1)

Yum star audit – Global Standard

Halaal Certification


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Sustainable Development Goals

We believe in the importance of achieving the sustainability goals set out by the United Nations. Specifically, we are committed to reducing poverty, promoting food security, supporting good health and wellbeing, providing quality education, promoting decent work and economic growth, encouraging responsible consumption and production, and preserving life on Earth.

We recognise that these goals are interconnected and that progress in one area can have a positive impact on others. We are dedicated to implementing strategies that will help us achieve these goals in a way that is both responsible and sustainable in the long term.

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We have an ambitious and diverse team that is dedicated to our customers. We are passionate about food and its positive impact on the families in our communities. We consistently deliver quality products in line with our farm
to fork strategy.

The group is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of gender, age or ethnicity.

We ensure that occupational health and safety standards are followed rigorously. We engage a variety of service providers to ensure that employees’ needs are catered for, both mentally and physically.

Staff conduct is governed by a code of ethics, anti-bribery/corruption, and whistle-blowing policies.

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Sustainability drives our business. Our responsibility extends to safeguarding the environment for our planet’s future. We infuse sustainable practices across our value chain, benefiting both nature and our economic objectives. Measures include adopting renewable energy like solar power in our facilities, treating wastewater, and educating employees about energy efficiency and waste reduction. We are also involved in initiatives that support planting trees and wildlife conservation and fencing projects that preserve water towers.

We are proud of the progress we made, but we know that there’s more work to be done and we are committed to leading the way in sustainable food production.


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APD companies offer contract growing schemes for broilers, to create employment, empowering different groups in society: women, young people, and the vulnerable.

The Group supports education in marginalized areas, offering education scholarships to bright but financially challenged students in a variety of institutions.

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