Thursday, May 6, 2010

Buying Inspected Meat

I’ve worked in one of the bureaus of the Department of Agriculture on my first years of working and I know that in almost all parts of the Philippines strict laws requiring the health authorities to inspect all animals before they are slaughtered are enforced. This is done to protect the people from food poisoning. A sick animal when killed for food causes food poisoning. A dead animal can cause more harm and considered poison too. It is wise to buy meat that has the stamp of having been inspected to prevent unhealthy results.


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