The US based Company to become IPC Associate Member


IPC is proud to announce that Mountaire Farms officially joins the Association.

Founded in 1914, Mountaire Farms is the fourth largest chicken producer in the United States.  With operations in Maryland, Delaware, North Carolina and Arkansas, and products reaching markets regionally, nationally, and internationally, Mountaire continues to be a major player in the poultry industry.


Mountaire Farms’ decision confirms the importance of IPCs in representing the poultry industry globally. “We are very happy to welcome Mountaire Farms” says Robin Horel, President of the IPC, “although more correctly it is a welcome back as this company has already been part of our family in the past. We are sure that its entry will bring enthusiasm and fundamental inputs for IPC activities and a decisive contribution to positioning our industry on a global level “.


About the International Poultry Council

Founded on October 7, 2005, the International Poultry Council (IPC) is the global poultry meat producers Association. IPC’s mission is to strengthen communications between countries, to develop and implement policy for international organizations affecting the world’s poultry industry, and to promote a common understanding of and confidence in poultry products in the world. IPC currently has 31 Country Members and 55 Associate Members, representing 88 percent of the global poultry meat production and almost 95 percent of the global poultry meat trade. International Organizations such as OIE, FAO and Codex Alimentarius Commission officially recognize IPC as the global Association representing the poultry meat sector.

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