About US

The New Way To Quality Grade A Halal Chickens

The Halal Process – Our chickens are slaughtered by Muslims individually by hand, in accordance with Halal guidelines. Our facility maintains a strict adherence with all humane animal treatment and slaughter requirements, including cut accuracy. We ensure high food safety with a comprehensive quality system which means we make sure we meet food safety requirements from American, Chinese and European authorities, requirements from third-party auditors (certifications) and customer requirements. Overall, the quality system handles three areas for all products and processes: Good production practice, Food


Healthy Products

Brazil has never had a single case of high pathogenic avian influenza. Brazil implemented in 2006 the National Plan for Prevention of Avian Influenza and Control and Prevention of Newcastle Disease.


Animal Welfare

Brazil is committed with the compliance of animal welfare rules established by the World Organization for Animal Health – OIE.



Allowing customers and suppliers to fulfill their requirements efficiently and cost-effectively Long-term relationships that are appreciated by all parties Guaranteed and audited food-chain safety Economical handling and efficient transportation worldwide.

Who are We

For over 6 decades, Brazil Chicken has produced healthy, fine quality food products that engage in some of the world’s finest recipes. Working with approximately over 4,000 private farms throughout Brazil, we’re dedicated to providing these healthful high-quality products at an outstanding value. As the largest chicken producers in the world, Brazil Chicken has the capacity to process more than 34 million birds per week for a total of more than over 7 billion pounds of live chicken annually.

The industry has but one goal, to provide healthy chicken and promote health and happiness around the world. Well not all the chicken that is produced goes out. Brazil’s chicken production in 2016 reached to an astounding 13.4 million of which 66% stayed home. It was necessary because Brazil is one of the top chicken consumers in the world. The per capital consumption of Brazil is 41.8 Kg which needs to be met.