Mazzraty launches operations in Qatar

By QLNews

As result of a two-year project, locally based and part of Al-Mana Holding, Mazzraty is launching operations in Qatar.

The company started with their main offer, fresh whole chickens and fresh chicken parts which already are available at the country’s major supermarket chains.

Under the commitment of serving fresh and quality food, Mazzraty has invested to bring to Qatar the latest world-class technology, implemented to its 2 million square meter farm, located in Abu Nakhla.
According to Al-Mana Holding, the mission is to fulfil local market needs, offering high-quality and natural food, produced in a complete sustainable chain and according to the highest biosafety standards.

Mazzraty stands out for being the only full cycle poultry producer in the region. The structure is composed of seven factories that cover chicken farming, from hatchery to slaughtering in a total automated process, that eliminates human contact and guarantees zero risk of contamination.

The factories are integrated and work to transform waste through recycling and reuse. The building complex includes a feed mills factory that processes imported grains into 100% vegetarian feeding; the rendering factory that reuses leftovers to produce pet food; and the fertiliser factory that recycles chicken waste.

"We are ready to provide not only high-quality fresh food to the final customer, but also top-level feedstock to other producers in the agricultural business", explained the company.

Mazzraty also has built the largest lab in the country to analyse and provide scientific information on poultry production, apply full environmental friendly technology such as treatment water facilities and solar energy panels, and follow advanced techniques of air chilling processes and sealed packaging.
"We work to offer the best food to Qatar. Quality and safety are our priority, since the beginning, with the best imported eggs until the very last pack we seal", concluded Al-Mana Holding.


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By Molten Metal• 1 week 2 days ago.
Molten Metal

We will know about it later ..............................

By aliweb• 1 week 3 days ago.

Is it halal??

The news say "total automated process that eliminates human contact"

By Britonie• 1 week 3 days ago.

Agree with ummer.

By sms• 1 week 5 days ago.

They will import live chicken from india via airfreight.

By Molten Metal• 1 week 5 days ago.
Molten Metal

Ummer, It is true ........... ..............

By ummerkutty.kutty2• 1 week 5 days ago.

picture is of country chicken. but they are having broiler, i think.

By ummerkutty.kutty2• 1 week 5 days ago.

picture is of country chicken. but they are having broiler, i think.

By Molten Metal• 1 week 5 days ago.
Molten Metal

It is very good start, wish them success ...................

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