Indonesian firm to set up new farms in Bintan to supply live chicken to Singapore

A hatchery in Bintan run by Indonesian poultry breeder Indojaya Agrinusa, a subsidiary of Japfa Comfeed Indonesia. PHOTO: JAPFA COMFEED INDONESIA
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JAKARTA - An Indonesian agri-food company plans to set up three new farms this year in Bintan, to supply live chicken to Singapore.

Japfa Comfeed Indonesia (JCI) expects to supply live chicken to Singapore by sea by the end of this year, two sources familiar with the matter told The Straits Times.

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