Antipolo confiscates 70 kg of dressed chicken for lacking permit
The Antipolo City government has confiscated 70 kilos of dressed chicken that were not covered by the proper permits.
Antipolo Mayor Andrea Ynares said the chicken were confiscated after the vendor handling these was unable to present a meat inspection certificate.
The discovery was made during the City Veterinary Office’s post abattoir inspection at the City Mall of Antipolo.
Ynares said the meat came from Commonwealth, Quezon City.
These were disposed of as they could be harmful to eat since they were not properly inspected, she said.
“Delikado po ang ganitong karne dahil walang assurance o kasiguruhan na dumaan ang mga ito sa tamang pagkatay, handling, storage at kung fit ba ito for human consumption,” she said on Facebook.
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