Shellfish Bulletin No. 25, Series of 2015
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Based on the latest laboratory results of the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) and Local Government Unit (LGU's), shellfishes collected at BaliteBay in Mati, Davao Oriental, coastal waters of Dauis in Bohol, and coastal waters of Milagros in Masbate are still positive for paralytic shellfish poison that is beyond the regulatory limit. All types of shellfish and Acetes sp. or alamang gathered from the area shown above are NOT SAFE for human consumption. Fish, squids, shrimps and crabs are safe for human consumption provided that they are fresh and washed thoroughly, and internal organs such as gills and intestines are remove before cooking.
Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources, Shellfish Bulletin No. 25, Series of 2015, 08 October 2015. (2015, October 4). Philippine Daily Inquirer, p. B2-4.
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