Godrej Tyson wants to capture India’s poultry market

29-09-2008 | |

Poultry processor Godrej Tyson Foods may open another 2 mechanised farms in the next 5 years to take advantage of the growing poultry market in India.

It is reported that the company will target annual revenue growth of 15% over the period. Additionally, it aims to cash in on India’s unorganised poultry market – estimated at 95% – as well as the lack of packaged poultry products.
CEO Sadiq Malik said that the firm plans to add more brands, and hopes to add fully cooked products by 2010.