Thursday , 24 June 2021

Rossea H. Ledesma

Find us in AgriLink @ WTC

SEAFDEC/AQD will have a booth at AgriLink, the country's largest agri trade fair, which will be held 10-12 October at the World Trade Center in Pasay City (Philippines). Consult with us; check our new technologies, manuals, training course offerings; and listen to our seminars.

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Pompano and milkfish – a healthy treat for the family!

On 27 September, AQD is harvesting 200-250 gram-sized pompano from its Igang Marine Station (IMS). The market price of pompano is Php 175 per kg. Milkfish will also be harvested from IMS on 4 October. The selling prices of milkfish range from Php 90-Php 100 for sizes 330-500 g per piece. You may place your orders through AQD’s Materials Control Unit at (033) 511-8091 or (033) 511-9171 loc 320. The cutoff date for pompano orders is on 26 September and 3 October for milkfish orders.

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Attention tilapia lovers!

There will be another harvest of tilapia (estimated quantity is about 200 kg) on 13 September from AQD’s project site in Concepcion, Iloilo. Market prices range from Php 70 to Php 90 per kg for sizes 160-250 g per piece. You may get in touch with AQD’s Materials Control Unit at (033) 511-8091 or (033) 511-9171 loc 320 for your orders.

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Craving tilapia?

Buy tilapia from AQD. AQD’s Dumangas Brackishwater Station (in Iloilo) is harvesting tilapia on 11 September. A kilo has about 9-12 pieces and priced at Php 80. To order, please contact AQD’s Materials Control Unit at (033) 511-8091 or (033) 511-9171 loc 320.

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Live healthy – eat pompano

Pompano is not only tasty but also rich in protein and unsaturated fatty acid like most fishes. On 5 September, AQD is harvesting 200-250 gram-sized pompano from its Igang Marine Station. The price of pompano is PhP 175 per kg. You may place your order through AQD’s Materials Control Unit at (033) 511-8091 or (033) 511-9171 loc 320.

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International Workshop on Food Safety of Aquaculture Products in Southeast Asia

  INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON FOOD SAFETY OF AQUACULTURE PRODUCTS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA Challenges in Sustaining the Food Safety of Aquaculture Products 8-9 May 2013 | Hotel del Rio, Iloilo City, Philippines Organized by SEAFDEC/AQD with funding from GOJ-Trust Fund   PROSPECTUS Food safety, quality, and traceability are major issues that presently confront the aquaculture industry not only in terms of protecting public health but also of meeting the requirements of international trade.  Aside from environmental issues arising from aquaculture, the presence of chemical residues and pathogenic organisms in cultured organisms may render aquaculture products unsafe for human consumption and fail to meet international standards, guidelines, and recommendations. Because of better awareness of the importance of food safety of aquaculture products, …

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