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Suhai Group continually pass quality control

Sirs, it would be interesting to learn how often "continually quality control" is, is it flock wise on a daily, weekly, monthly basis or now and again.

What's the extend of the quality controls, what is analysed, how and by whom.

Consumers and the poultry industry as such wants to know NOW.

Posted by Erik Jensen
28 November 2012 | 09h19

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