Chicken Shop aims to open five outlets in Port Moresby

Business

THE Chicken Shop in Port Moresby aims to open five outlets in the capital city before expanding to other parts of Papua New Guinea.
Head of operations Andrew Clarke told The National that after reaching the initial target of five outlets in Port Moresby, they would then move to other centres.
“Our initial target is five and once we’ve got Port Moresby covered, then we’ll look at covering other parts of the country,” Clarke said.
“At the moment, our plan is to just do Port Moresby.
“So we’ve got two now.”
The Chicken Shop, driven by co-founders, Jim Gui of the Nambawan Trophy Ltd and Clarke had started operations last June when it opened its first shop at the Islander Mobil service station (next to Bank South Pacific head office).
They recently opened the second outlet at North Waigani with the aim of bringing quality products and affordable prices.
Clarke said they had been doing quite well since opening the first shop at the Islander Mobil service station.
He said they depended on the supplier Zenag for its chicken.
“Generally it’s Zenag chicken. But if they don’t receive their supply then they supply whatever chicken they got, so sometimes it’s imported chicken.
“Most of the times it’s local.”
Clarke said they had been receiving positive feedback from the customers.
“All the feedback we’ve been receiving from the customers is positive,” he said.
“They seem to enjoy the flavor of our chicken and enjoy the nice, clean environment.”
The chicken shop also focuses on the environment in promoting health and hygiene.

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