Philippines seen exporting pork for the first time

The tests for the Ebola Reston virus are expected to arrive starting next month, a development that might allow the country to export pork for the first time, a senior Agriculture official said on Wednesday.
Tuesday 2 February 2010 (8 years 3 months 21 days ago)
The tests for the Ebola Reston virus are expected to arrive starting next month, a development that might allow the country to export pork for the first time, a senior Agriculture official said on Wednesday.

The South Cotabato-based Matutum Meat Packing Corp. was set to make its first shipment of 50,000 kilograms of boxed pork on Dec. 10, 2008, the same day when the Agriculture and Health departments issued a voluntary ban on pork exports because of the detection of the non-lethal Ebola Reston virus in local hogs.

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