Chicken hamburger

Chickens raised with Animal Welfare and free of antibiotics

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Tasty burgers made of Korin chicken meat you already know, they came to bring convenience with health, respecting nature.

The taste is harmonized with spices and natural flavorings, and all this with low amount of fat.

Korin chickens don’t receive antibiotics as therapeutic or as growth promoters, and have Animal Welfare certificate, granted by the organization Humane Farm Animal Care .

They are certified as free of antibiotics and animal ingredients in their feed, by the certification body World Quality Services (WQS) , according to the Guidelines for Production, Slaughtering and Laboratory Control for Alternative Certificate Chicken, issued by the Association of AlternativeAviculture – AVAL.

Presentation:

  • Package with 360g, with 4 frozen units.
  • Nutritional Facts Per Serving (1 piece 90g):
  • Energy: 149 kcal = 625 kJ DV: 7% Carbohydrates: 2.4 g DV: 1% Protein: 14 g DV: 19% Total Fat: 8.7 g DV: 16% Saturated Fat: 2.5 g DV: 11% Dietary fiber: 0.9 g DV: 4% Sodium: 479 mg DV: 20% Does not contain significant amounts of trans fat. DV – daily value.
  • Ingredients: Chicken Meat, Chicken Fat, Water, Sodium Textured Protein, Salt, Spices: Onion Flakes, Sugar, Spices: Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Parsley Flakes, Natural Flavoring: Liquid Smoke Aroma and Onion Essential Oil, Stabilizer: Sodium Polyphosphate (INS 452i) and Antioxidant: Sodium Isoascorbate (INS 316).