About us

KG Group is one of the biggest, agriculture and food business groups across the Baltic States.

KG Group’s activity is divided into grain and poultry sectors. These sectors develop separate integrated businesses that supplement each other and collectively form the farm-to-table production chain. This chain ensures the traceability and control of every manufacturing process, which helps us guarantee the high quality of our products and services.

It is formed from “Kauno Grudai”, “Kaisiadoriu Paukstynas”, “Vilniaus Paukstynas” and subsidiary companies.

Our mission

To develop agriculture in Lithuania and have a responsible attitude towards quality in order to deliver natural products from the field to the table.


To consolidate our activities, retain our position as a top producer, and continue to earn the trust of our customers in both the Lithuanian and foreign markets.


Supplier Code of Conduct

The behaviour, processes and procedures that we expect from our suppliers are documented in this Supplier Code of Conduct. All suppliers are required to comply with this Code of Conduct in addition to all applicable laws and regulations. KG Group will, when selecting suppliers, in addition to other commercial aspects, consider compliance with these requirements. We expect that our suppliers always try to commit to upholding its social and environmental responsibility in all business dealings in the countries where it conducts business. Supplier Code of Conduct shall be regarded as a contract document and as an integral part of any contract entered into between the KG Group companies and the supplier.




Business Code of Conduct

The highest standard of individual conduct is expected at all times from each employee of KG Group (further the Company), not only in matters of financial integrity, but in every aspect of all business relationships. The Business Conduct Policy addresses such areas of concern as conflicts of interest, improper payments, business entertainment, business gifts, records management, compliance with antitrust laws, political contribution, confidentiality, harassment.