Nutritional Balance

As consumers are trending towards a healthier lifestyle, they now prefer following a low calorie diet, rich proteins and vitamins. Including chicken meat in a person’s daily diet has umpteen number of advantages as it helps keep the body healthy, fit and also aids in losing weight.

Chicken meat is highly nutritious. 100g of chicken contains 29.55g of proteins and only 7.72g of fat, the calorie breakdown being 63% proteins and 37% fat!


Antibiotic Free

With a commitment to serve high quality, safe and healthy food across the world, we take careful measures to ensure that the poultry produce is in its freshest form, from farm to the table. The feed, water and the commercial vaccines given to the chicken contain no antibiotics. We have also prohibited the use of Ionophores which are used to prevent intestinal illness in animals.

The chickens are treated in a very humane manner, breathe fresh air and live cage-free in a temperature-controlled environment with continuous access to food and water.


Preservative Free

Even though preservatives are designed to preserve food and prevent bacterial growth, they can have a very harmful effect on the human body.

We ensure that the poultry products are served fresh and are absolutely safe for the consumer, even in the long run. The poultry is raised without any artificial or added hormones, they are free from chemical preservatives and hydrogenated oils. We ensure that the poultry does not contain colourants.

Product Benefits

Did you know that including meat in your daily diet has many advantages? Here is a list of the benefits of including meat in your diet-


  1. Rich in proteins

    Chicken is one of the best non-vegetarian sources of lean, low fat protein. The protein in chicken helps in muscle growth and development and aids weight loss.

    A serving of 100g of roasted chicken offers 31g of proteins!

  2. A natural anti-depressant

    Tryptophan, an amino acid that is known to reduce stress and bring people back to a happy mood, is present in large quantities in chicken. It is known scientifically to increase the serotonin levels in one’s brain and thus enhance the person’s mood.

  3. High in Phosphorus, Calcium and Selenium

    Chicken is rich in several other minerals apart from proteins. Chicken is rich in Phosphorus which help keep bones and teeth in mint condition. Chicken has abundance of Selenium, another mineral that helps maintain the metabolic performance and increase immunity.

  4. Eye Care

    Healthy eyesight requires good amounts of vitamin A in the form of Retinol, Alpha and Beta-Carotene present in chicken in high amounts.

  5. Controlling/reducing blood pressure

    Consuming chicken along with a diet comprising of nuts, low-fat dietary products, vegetables and fruits has been found to control or even reduce blood pressure


Fresh vs. Frozen

Fresh may be considered optimum, but quality frozen food isn’t too far behind. Fresh is usually plucked prematurely, taking distribution time into consideration and thus fresh losing its nutritional potential. Over time, the natural enzymatic breakdown process begins and the freshness and nutritional values begin to fade away slowly.

CP’s frozen food is freshly harvested at the peak of nutritional value and flavour, and is immediately frozen to protect the flavour and nutritional content.