To create awareness about the high-quality and taste of US Poultry products, USAPEEC (USA Poultry & Egg Export Council) and United Soybean Board (USB) hosted an exclusive event at the Olive Bar & Kitchen where the foodservice industry got a chance to taste delicious poultry meat including US Turkey and US Duck. Head Chef Dhruv Oberoi demonstrated his culinary skills at the event using US Poultry to create some lip-smacking dishes.
US Poultry comes with a promise of good quality, taste, hygiene, safety standards and wholesomeness and are relished by discerning consumers across the globe. All US poultry for export and local consumption is inspected and approved by the US Department of Agricultures' (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The USDA is regarded as the highest authority on food inspection in the world.
Speaking on the occasion, Devna Khanna USAPEEC India remarked, "US poultry is enjoyed by customers worldwide who relish its quality and taste. In the Indian market, turkey and duck have been celebratory meats and we plan to make them more mainstream. We are glad that Indian audiences, including some of the stalwarts of the culinary sector got a chance to taste and learn about US Turkey and US Duck. The food service and consumers can now make interesting and wholesome dishes as these products are versatile and a perfect fit for international and regional recipes. We hope to partner with leading food chains to promote these products."
The event saw the attendance of some of the leading chefs and other stakeholders of the country. Demonstrating his culinary delights, Head Chef Dhruv Oberoi added, "I am happy to dish out innovative recipes using the US Poultry products including US Turkey and US Duck. These products offer huge versatility and allowed me to create a range of interesting recipes. These come with a hallmark of the highest safety standards, especially during Covid. Today, I made Jamun Bubble, Tart, Duck Liver Donuts, Turkey and Carrot Volonte, Apple and Pink Peppercorn. And I am sure these would be relished and appreciated by all."