Sales volumes of KG Group poultry business companies in Japan exceeded 500 thousand EUR


 KG Group sales volumes in Japan that have been growing for the past three quarters have exceeded 500 thousand EUR

Cooperation between KTU and KG Group: only working hand in hand can science and business have each other’s needs heard


The interaction between science, business and studies is indispensable for innovation in the modern food industry and for addressing the challenges of a competitive environment, consumer needs and product safety. But just working together, business and academics can understand each other’s needs and create cost-effective, market-tailored solutions.

KG Group will reconstruct Domantoniai Poultry Farm for €900,000


 Domantonių Paukštynas, UAB which is part of one of the largest food industry groups in the Baltic countries, KG Group, will invest €900,000 to renovate one of the eight existing poultry houses. The project, which is planned to be completed in 2020, has been allocated €400,000 under the Lithuanian Rural Development Program

On the shelves of the stores – finally Lithuanian chicken grown without antibiotics


In August, chicken grown in Lithuania labelled “Grown Without Antibiotics” has hit the shelves of retail chains. KG Group’s poultry farms responded to the growing trends of consumption of chicken and health-friendlier products, and were the first of the largest manufacturers to offer as much as eight Vilniaus Paukštynas-branded products of Lithuanian chicken grown without antibiotics. The “Grown Without Antibiotics” mark on chicken packaging confirms that the birds were not treated with antibiotics throughout their entire lifetime. Such labelling can only be used by the manufacturer of the products which has a strict program for antibiotics, ensuring traceability and has coordinated the marking with the competent authority – the State Food and Veterinary Office. 

BRC audit at Vilniaus Paukstynas fresh poultry shop


 The Vilnius Paukštynas’ fresh poultry shop has undergone an audit in accordance with the requirements of the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and has again received a Grade A assessment. It was a reassessment, an annual audit that examines how fresh poultry meets more than 360 requirements of of the BRC standard. The BRC standard has been used to certify the processes of fresh poultry production at Vilniaus Paukštynas since 2005.