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Bacolod City, Philippines Wednesday, September 11, 2019
27 kilos of hot meat confiscated

Twenty-seven kilos of imported hot meat were seized in a routine inspection yesterday of Task Force Botagoy, at the Burgos public market in Bacolod City.

Edward Martin Pinaga, Task Force Botagoy head, said 23.49 kilos of imported pork from George Store, and 3.3 kilos of imported pork from 3RRR Frozen Foods were found to be “contaminated”.

During their inspection, they saw that the displayed meat was already thawed, “it has had become soft and vulnerable to virus and bacteria and no longer safe for human consumption,” Pinaga said.

NOHS seeks help with patenting

The Negros Occidental High School sees a bright future for its budding inventors and innovators after the Technological University of the Philippines–Visayas assured its assistance in the patenting of inventions of its students, principal, Mario Amaca, said yesterday.

At a press conference for the opening of the school’s Science Month Celebration, Amaca said that students at the public high school continue to impress with their creative minds, especially for their research work in their Science Investigatory Project, that paved way for new technology and discovery.

He said NOHS has partnered with other institutions for the use of their laboratories for the experiments of the students, “They provided us with the facility, while the students only have their ‘hands manipulation,’” he added.


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