BFAR tightens fish import monitoring
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The Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) will tighten its monitoring of the arrival and unloading of imported round scad (galunggong). BFAR director and Agriculture Undersecretary Eduardo Gongona said the importation and unloading activities would adhere to a stringent set of guidelines. “The general consuming public is assured that the imported galunggong will be unloaded only in BFAR accredited cold storage facilities and will undergo thorough inspection to ensure that the fish commodity that will enter Philippine markets are safe and free of harmful substances,” he said.
Simeon, M. L. (2018, August 23). BFAR tightens fish import monitoring. The Philippine Star, p. 6.
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