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PR: Bounty Fresh - Everybody's Favorite Chicken

Whether kids, teenagers, adults and the elderly, there's no denying that chicken dishes plays a big part in our diet. It is also healthy, nutritious and very easy to prepare. Even those with dietary concerns are advised to include chicken portions in their meals since white meat is good for the health.




Chicken is rich in niacin for better metabolism, releasing of energy and proper functioning of our digestive system, skin and nerves. It is also rich in vitamin B6, required for carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism, plus potassium for the weight and health-conscious, and has lower fat and calories than beef and pork but higher in protein.

It’s no wonder then that chicken is irresistibly a must on every dining table as a snack or as a meal. Fried chicken tops them all, as do chicken pot pie, chicken soup, chicken and cornbread casserole, among others. For the Filipino palate, chicken is just as delectable, whether whole stuffed chicken, tinolang manok, chicken lollipop, adobong manok, and the forever-fave chicken-and-spaghetti combo.

Hungry yet? One major reason why chicken becomes more unbeatably delicious in the Philippines is because it comes from Bounty Fresh – Asia’s Best. Tamper-evident (leak-proof), fresh (heat-sealed in an air-free environment), delicious (sealed-in natural flavor and juices), safe (protected from harmful bacteria), longer-lasting than the normal refrigerated shelf life, and world-class (winner of the 2009 Asian Livestock Industry award), Bounty Fresh chickens come from processing plants that have been conferred by the National Meat Inspection Service (NMIS) as the best and cleanest processing plants in the country with consistent Triple A ratings.

In other words, the company’s processing plants have been coming out with the cleanest and the best quality chicken in the country for the last several years.

The Bounty Fresh line of exceptionally delicious products even grew further, with the introduction of the Free-Range Chicken (Bounty Fresh Pollo Primero), all naturally grown in free range farms. Included in the lineup is Chooks-To-Go roasted chicken (in partnership with sister company Bounty Agro Ventures, Inc. (BAVI), which is now available in more than 900 outlets around the country; the flavored chicken “Meals in Minutes” (Chicken Yakiniku and Chicken Char Siu) and “Gourmet Chicken” (Sweet and Spicy, Tandoori, Honey Butter and Honey Garlic), and other Bounty Fresh favorites like Chicken Hotdogs (Chicken Licken) and the well-loved Chicken Nuggets.

So if you’re craving for comfort food, a fine-dining dish or a speedy snack, Bounty Fresh—Asia’s Best remains as your best dining table fix!

For more about Bounty Fresh chicken, visit www.bountyfreshchicken.com and www.facebook.com/bountyfreshchicken

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