We are certified Frozen Halal Whole Chicken sellers and supplier. We ensure that all our whole chicken products are specifically hand slaughtered in accordance to the Islamic requirements. Our whole halal chicken undergoes the halal slaughter process, which requires Muslims to slaughter the chicken individually by hand. The halal process of slaughter is in accordance to the Halal guidelines. Our facility strictly adheres to the halal guidelines when it comes to our frozen halal whole chicken. We also have a strict policy on the humane treatment of the birds. Our frozen Halal whole chicken also meets the health requirements. Here is a systematic guideline of how we process frozen the whole halal chicken.
1. The arrival of the birds at the processing plant
We pay close attention to the chicken when transporting them from the farm to the processing plant. On arrival, we place the birds in a grow-out house that consists of cage-free barns, which house the chickens before they move to the next stage.
Our employees are trained to handle the chicken humanely. They place the chicken in a suspended manner by their feet in a moving line. We then begin to calm down the birds by using a combination of bar rubs and low lighting. The bar rubs provide a comforting sensation to the chicken’s chest, while the low light helps to calm them down. In the modern era of chicken processing plants, every effort is made to ensure the chicken is processed without pain and quickly. We first render the chicken unconscious and unaware of pain before slaughtering begins. We use an electric stun gun for this purpose.
Since this is a halal product, we task the slaughtering of the chicken to our Muslim employees. They slaughter the chicken by hand by the Halal guidelines. We ensure we follow the Halal guidelines to the letter.
After the slaughtering process, the birds enter the evisceration stage. Here we remove the birds’ feathers. Removal of the feathers is necessary since it prepares the chicken for the processing stage. We begin with placing the chicken in a bath of hot water to help loosen the feathers. The chicken then proceeds to the feather removal machine. After feathers are removed, the chicken is sent to the evisceration line, where it has its internal organs and feet (paws) are removed.
5. Cleaning and chilling
After the organs are removed, the remaining part of the chicken is cleaned before undergoing any inspection. To reduce bacteria, we use water and organic rinse with every chicken. We later chill the bird to a lower temperature to help keep it fresh and clean. Our quality assurance department inspects the chicken to help ensure they chicken adhere to food safety regulations they are quality and wholesome.
The inspection stage requires an external party to inspect the chicken and ensure its standards. They examine the chicken for diseases, bruising, and fecal matter and alert us if there is an issue of concern with the birds. Such an inspection helps prevent contamination.
7. Secondary processing
After the chicken is inspected, we begin the secondary processing stage. Here we accommodate a variety of products from the chicken. We freeze the whole halal chicken and sell it as Frozen Halal Whole chicken.
8. Packaging and shipping
According to the order you desire, we package the entire chicken. We pack them in trays and wrap them. We include the other parts of the chicken depending on whether you indicate that on your order notification. You can trust that our frozen halal product will get you fresh during delivery.
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