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Sunday, May 26, 2019

DA Wants Probe Regarding The Confiscated Processed Meat Recovery Involving Tulfo

An OFW sought the help of Mr. Raffy Tulfo to recover the processed meat products she brought from Hong Kong which were confiscated by the Bureau of Customs personnel at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
The confiscation is due to the strict implementation of the memorandum from the Department of Agriculture to prevent meat products of any sort from entering the country. The memorandum was made to prevent the entry of the dreaded African Swine Flu (ASF) to avoid the spread of the said disease to the Philippines.


An OFW sought the help of Mr. Raffy Tulfo to recover the processed meat products she brought from Hong Kong which were confiscated by the Bureau of Customs personnel at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.  The confiscation is due to the strict implementation of the memorandum from the Department of Agriculture to prevent the meat products of any sort. The memorandum was made to prevent the entry of the dreaded African Swine Flu (ASF) and avoid the spread of the said disease to the Philippines.       Ads       Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol warns as he disclosed that not only the Philippines has to be in high alert against the entry of processed pork products and other pork but first world countries including the United States of America as well.  A shipment of processed pork products that came from China was confiscated when it tried to enter the US according to Piñol.  This incident might also happen in the Philippines if the entry ports will not be closely monitored and secured. It could cause damage to the country’s P200-billion hog industry.  Hence, Piñol sought the help of his fellow government agencies, particularly the Bureau of Customs, to strictly implement the memorandum which banned the entry of shipment of any pork products, including canned or processed products from several countries with the presence of ASF.  These countries include China, Hong Kong, and Macau and other Chinese territories; Vietnam and Cambodia in Southeast Asia; Belgium, Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Latvia, Moldova, Poland and Mongolia in Europe and Eastern Europe.  Filipino tourists and overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have to be reminded that it is prohibited to bring into the country pork products that came from these countries whether it is fresh or processed and regardless of its brand name and label.    Piñol stressed that any meat items will be confiscated at the airport and the offender will have to payP200,000 in fine. He reiterated that the information was already disseminated since August of last year   Ads      Sponsored Links  Incoming travelers cannot argue with the quarantine officers assigned in the airports when their baggage is being checked and confiscated if processed pork products are found in the luggage, Piñol added.  Piñol was referring to the recent incident involving 32 cans of Maling, a processed pork product, brought by an OFW from Hong Kong, which was confiscated. But the banned products were eventually released to the OFW upon the intercession of broadcaster Raffy Tulfo. Regarding the matter, the Department of Agriculture seeks probe.      ©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO

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 Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol warns as he disclosed that not only the Philippines has to be in high alert against the entry of processed pork products and other pork but first world countries including the United States of America as well.

A shipment of processed pork products that came from China was confiscated when it tried to enter the US according to Piñol.

This incident might also happen in the Philippines if the entry ports will not be closely monitored and secured. It could cause damage to the country’s P200-billion hog industry.

Hence, Piñol sought the help of his fellow government agencies, particularly the Bureau of Customs, to strictly implement the memorandum which banned the entry of shipment of any pork products, including canned or processed products from several countries with the presence of ASF.

These countries include China, Hong Kong, and Macau and other Chinese territories; Vietnam and Cambodia in Southeast Asia; Belgium, Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Latvia, Moldova, Poland and Mongolia in Europe and Eastern Europe.

Filipino tourists and overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have to be reminded that it is prohibited to bring into the country pork products that came from these countries whether it is fresh or processed and regardless of its brand name and label.

 Piñol stressed that any meat items will be confiscated at the airport and the offender will have to payP200,000 in fine. He reiterated that the information was already disseminated since August of last yearAn OFW sought the help of Mr. Raffy Tulfo to recover the processed meat products she brought from Hong Kong which were confiscated by the Bureau of Customs personnel at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.  The confiscation is due to the strict implementation of the memorandum from the Department of Agriculture to prevent the meat products of any sort. The memorandum was made to prevent the entry of the dreaded African Swine Flu (ASF) and avoid the spread of the said disease to the Philippines.       Ads       Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol warns as he disclosed that not only the Philippines has to be in high alert against the entry of processed pork products and other pork but first world countries including the United States of America as well.  A shipment of processed pork products that came from China was confiscated when it tried to enter the US according to Piñol.  This incident might also happen in the Philippines if the entry ports will not be closely monitored and secured. It could cause damage to the country’s P200-billion hog industry.  Hence, Piñol sought the help of his fellow government agencies, particularly the Bureau of Customs, to strictly implement the memorandum which banned the entry of shipment of any pork products, including canned or processed products from several countries with the presence of ASF.  These countries include China, Hong Kong, and Macau and other Chinese territories; Vietnam and Cambodia in Southeast Asia; Belgium, Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Latvia, Moldova, Poland and Mongolia in Europe and Eastern Europe.  Filipino tourists and overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have to be reminded that it is prohibited to bring into the country pork products that came from these countries whether it is fresh or processed and regardless of its brand name and label.    Piñol stressed that any meat items will be confiscated at the airport and the offender will have to payP200,000 in fine. He reiterated that the information was already disseminated since August of last year   Ads      Sponsored Links  Incoming travelers cannot argue with the quarantine officers assigned in the airports when their baggage is being checked and confiscated if processed pork products are found in the luggage, Piñol added.  Piñol was referring to the recent incident involving 32 cans of Maling, a processed pork product, brought by an OFW from Hong Kong, which was confiscated. But the banned products were eventually released to the OFW upon the intercession of broadcaster Raffy Tulfo. Regarding the matter, the Department of Agriculture seeks probe.      ©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO
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Incoming travelers cannot argue with the quarantine officers assigned in the airports when their baggage is being checked and confiscated if processed pork products are found in the luggage, Piñol added.

Piñol was referring to the recent incident involving 32 cans of Maling, a processed pork product, brought by an OFW from Hong Kong, which was confiscated. But the banned products were eventually released to the OFW upon the intercession of broadcaster Raffy Tulfo.
Regarding the matter, the Department of Agriculture seeks probe.
An OFW sought the help of Mr. Raffy Tulfo to recover the processed meat products she brought from Hong Kong which were confiscated by the Bureau of Customs personnel at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.  The confiscation is due to the strict implementation of the memorandum from the Department of Agriculture to prevent the meat products of any sort. The memorandum was made to prevent the entry of the dreaded African Swine Flu (ASF) and avoid the spread of the said disease to the Philippines.       Ads       Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol warns as he disclosed that not only the Philippines has to be in high alert against the entry of processed pork products and other pork but first world countries including the United States of America as well.  A shipment of processed pork products that came from China was confiscated when it tried to enter the US according to Piñol.  This incident might also happen in the Philippines if the entry ports will not be closely monitored and secured. It could cause damage to the country’s P200-billion hog industry.  Hence, Piñol sought the help of his fellow government agencies, particularly the Bureau of Customs, to strictly implement the memorandum which banned the entry of shipment of any pork products, including canned or processed products from several countries with the presence of ASF.  These countries include China, Hong Kong, and Macau and other Chinese territories; Vietnam and Cambodia in Southeast Asia; Belgium, Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Latvia, Moldova, Poland and Mongolia in Europe and Eastern Europe.  Filipino tourists and overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have to be reminded that it is prohibited to bring into the country pork products that came from these countries whether it is fresh or processed and regardless of its brand name and label.    Piñol stressed that any meat items will be confiscated at the airport and the offender will have to payP200,000 in fine. He reiterated that the information was already disseminated since August of last year   Ads      Sponsored Links  Incoming travelers cannot argue with the quarantine officers assigned in the airports when their baggage is being checked and confiscated if processed pork products are found in the luggage, Piñol added.  Piñol was referring to the recent incident involving 32 cans of Maling, a processed pork product, brought by an OFW from Hong Kong, which was confiscated. But the banned products were eventually released to the OFW upon the intercession of broadcaster Raffy Tulfo. Regarding the matter, the Department of Agriculture seeks probe.      ©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO
An OFW sought the help of Mr. Raffy Tulfo to recover the processed meat products she brought from Hong Kong which were confiscated by the Bureau of Customs personnel at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport.  The confiscation is due to the strict implementation of the memorandum from the Department of Agriculture to prevent the meat products of any sort. The memorandum was made to prevent the entry of the dreaded African Swine Flu (ASF) and avoid the spread of the said disease to the Philippines.       Ads       Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol warns as he disclosed that not only the Philippines has to be in high alert against the entry of processed pork products and other pork but first world countries including the United States of America as well.  A shipment of processed pork products that came from China was confiscated when it tried to enter the US according to Piñol.  This incident might also happen in the Philippines if the entry ports will not be closely monitored and secured. It could cause damage to the country’s P200-billion hog industry.  Hence, Piñol sought the help of his fellow government agencies, particularly the Bureau of Customs, to strictly implement the memorandum which banned the entry of shipment of any pork products, including canned or processed products from several countries with the presence of ASF.  These countries include China, Hong Kong, and Macau and other Chinese territories; Vietnam and Cambodia in Southeast Asia; Belgium, Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Latvia, Moldova, Poland and Mongolia in Europe and Eastern Europe.  Filipino tourists and overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) have to be reminded that it is prohibited to bring into the country pork products that came from these countries whether it is fresh or processed and regardless of its brand name and label.    Piñol stressed that any meat items will be confiscated at the airport and the offender will have to payP200,000 in fine. He reiterated that the information was already disseminated since August of last year   Ads      Sponsored Links  Incoming travelers cannot argue with the quarantine officers assigned in the airports when their baggage is being checked and confiscated if processed pork products are found in the luggage, Piñol added.  Piñol was referring to the recent incident involving 32 cans of Maling, a processed pork product, brought by an OFW from Hong Kong, which was confiscated. But the banned products were eventually released to the OFW upon the intercession of broadcaster Raffy Tulfo. Regarding the matter, the Department of Agriculture seeks probe.      ©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO
However, Raffy Tulfo said that the agency has lapses in disseminating the information to OFWs. they also tried to buy canned meat from China and they were able to do so knowing that there is an existing memorandum not to allow these products to enter the country. Tulfo also clarified that they did not recover the confiscated meat products but replaced it by buying new items from the supermarket instead and gave it to the OFW.
©2019 THOUGHTSKOTO