Chicken is a staple dish in most of our diets. Chicken meat provides us with an important source of high-quality protein that aids in healthy muscle growth and development.

But… is the chicken we eat safe and healthy for our consumption?

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Heard of Lacto Chickens? Or chickens that roam around and listen to Mozart?

Raised using Kee Song’s advanced farming technology, the chickens are bred without antibiotics and growth hormones. They are also fed with lactobacillus to enhance their immune system the natural way.

Why not taste the difference for yourself this Chinese New Year?

We are giving away 10 sets of Kee Song Chicken CNY Bundle (worth $40.50)

Each bundle includes:

  • Kee Song Frozen Lacto Whole Chicken – $11.30
  • Kee Song Frozen Lacto Chicken Breast Skinless – $11.20
  • Kee Song Frozen Lacto Chicken Whole Leg – $11.00
  • Kee Song Frozen Lacto Chicken Wings – $7.00

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About Song Brothers Poultry Industries Pte Ltd

Kee Song Brothers started their business in 1987 from a local supplier to a leading poultry producer in Singapore and Malaysia. Kee Song Group owns several farms in Malaysia to meet the growing demands of quality grade poultries around the region. Over the years, they have ventured into innovative farming techniques to produce healthier poultries for mankind. In 2007, Kee Song brought in advanced lactobacillus farming technology and introduced a new and advanced way of producing healthier chickens. This was how Kee Song Lacto Chickens (also known as Sakura Chickens over at NTUC) came about and have been sold in local supermarkets since. It has won the Merit for Innovation Award (2009-2011) from Singapore Institute of Food Science and Technology.

Address: No.2 Defu Lane 2 Singapore 539465
Tel: 65 6289 4933

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