Charoen Pokphand

Sooksunt Jiumjaiswanglerg (pictured) said he planned to 'enhance' CPF's global status

Thai meat giant on track to grow revenue

By Oscar Rousseau

One of the world’s largest meat processors, Charoen Pokphand Foods (CPF), has claimed to be on-track to deliver double-digit sales growth.

OMPP declared sales revenues of US$627m in 2015

Thai takeover of top Russian meat plant nearly done

By Eugene Vorotnikov

Talks to acquire a top Russian meat factory, the Ostankino Meat Processing Plant (OMPP), could be concluded by Thailand's CP Foods arm Charoen Pokphand Foods (overseas) LLC (CP Foods) next month.

One financial expert called CP Foods the 'ideal partner' for Bellisio Foods

CP Foods thaws US with $1bn Bellisio takeover

By Oscar Rousseau

Thailand’s Charoen Pokphand Foods (CP Foods) has flexed its financial muscles with a $1.075bn takeover of frozen specialist Bellisio Foods and a 33% stake in Poland’s SuperDrob.

CP Foods' robust financial growth was driven by food exports to China and Vietnam

Charoen Pokphand grows profits by 45% in third quarter

By Aidan Fortune

Thai poultry producer Charoen Pokphand Foods’ (CP Foods) operational profit in the third quarter of 2016 reached Baht122.5 billion, an increase of 10% while net profit jumped up 45% to Bt5.2bn compared with the same period last year. 

The halal market is expected to grow significantly over the next four years

Halal labelling expected to grow

By Oscar Rousseau

The prevalence of halal labelling is expected to grow by a quarter between now and 2020, according to market research firm Euromonitor International. 

Shandong is China's third most populous province

Australia

S Australia strengthens China ties through Adelaide food export park

By RJ Whitehead

In a further example of tightening food industry trade links between Australia and China, a South Australia-Shandong consortium has agreed to build an A$70m (US$50m) agricultural consolidation park in Adelaide to supply premium food and wine to China.

Dhanin Chearavanont, the chairman of CP Foods

Thailand

Thai food major admits to paying off journalists, but denies bribery

By RJ Whitehead

If it wasn’t bribery, then who was it, Thais have been asking after food conglomerate Charoen Pokphand Foods strongly denied the payments it had been making to journalists were anything other than a "special budget to support the media”. 

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