S-Pure earns Raised Without Antibiotics certification from NSF

(5th left) Vasit Taepaisitphongse, CEO and president, together with (4th left) Dr Somchuan Ratanamungklanon, deputy director-general Department of Livestock Development and (3rd left) Peter Bracher, NSF International, are joined by Betagro senior executives at the recent NSF certificate conferring ceremony. Also present were (from left) Pratima Utenpitak, (2nd left) Somsak Boonlarp, (6th left) Sahas Ratanasoponchai and (right) Dr Orawan Fakkham.

Betagro Group’s flagship brand for pork, chicken and eggs has become the world’s first to be certified by NSF International for being Raised Without
Antibiotics (RWA).
Betagro Group has maintained antibiotic-free production practices for more than 10 years, but the new RWA certification will give customers added confidence that S-Pure products have been raised without antibiotics.  Prudent use of antibiotics is a major trend

in Thailand’s food animal production. In 2017, Thailand’s Livestock Development Department set a goal to reduce antibiotics used in food animal production by 30% by 2021.
RWA certification is being sought by leading livestock producers around the world. Betagro Group was the world’s first poultry producer to be certified by NSF for antibiotic-free production in broilers in 2017.