Pork price in Tabuk slides down to P300/kg

CITY OF TABUK, Kalinga (PIA) –With hog supply now at normal level, price of pork here has settled at P300 per kilogram.

Pork used to sell at P360/kg at the market due to shortage of supply during the t the height of the African Swine Fever (ASF).

Cheryl Andowag of the City Veterinary Services Office (CVSO) during the recent Local Price Coordinating Council (LPCC) meeting reported that there is now sufficient hog supply in the city.

Based on the LPCC monitoring, the current live-weight price of pig is P180/kg.  Pork is now P300/kg.

Andowag  shared  that   ensure that pork sold at the market is free from infectious disease and safe for public consumption, the CVSO strictly requires Veterinary Health Certificate and shipping permits and conducts ante mortem inspection using ASF rapid test in  hogs transported to the city from outside sources.

In a related report, carabeef sells here at P340-360/kg while poultry meat is at P240-260/kg.  (JDP/LL-PIA CAR, Kalinga)

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