PH sardine industry sustainable
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Filipino consumers get “the cheapest sardines in the world,” according to Michael Tiu Lim, vice president for operations of Mega Global Corp., the country’s largest sardines fishing and canning company. On average, a 155-gram canned sardine costs P15 in the Philippines; in Thailand, the cheapest is equivalent to P20 and in the United States, about P40. "Sardines are the cheapest primary source of protein for Filipinos, otherwise they'll shift to noodles," Lim told Malaya.
Icamina, P. (2017, April 4). PH sardine industry sustainable. Malaya Bussines Insight, pp. A1, A4.
Clupeoid fisheries; Fishery industry; Sustainable fishing; Consumers; Canned products; Fishery economics; Commercial fishing; Season regulations; Fishing; Overfishing; El Nino phenomena; Plankton; Upwelling; Mega Global Corp.; National Academy of Science and Technology (NAST); Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Southern Philippines Fishing Association; Marine Science Institute; University of the Philippines Diliman (UPD); University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV); University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute (UPMSI); Mindanao State University-Naawan (MSU); Lim, Michael Tiu; Villanoy, Cesar; Campos, Wilfredo; Yniguez, Aletta; de Guzman, Asuncion; Deauna, Dianne; del Prado, Jakellen; Pata, Patrick
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