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Chonburi Seizes 5100 Kilograms of Illegal Meat

Chonburi Seizes 5100 Kilograms of Illegal Meat

The Chonburi Department of Livestock discovered more than 5,100 kg of illegal animal carcasses in the Pong neighborhood of the Banglamung district of Chonburi.
Col. Chakkraphong Panmongkol, the deputy director of the Chonburi Department of Livestock, oversaw the operation, which was carried out yesterday, November 3.
Authorities looked into a number of refrigerated containers at the Pong processing site after receiving a complaint that it was being used to illegally bring in, process, and distribute raw meat.
Upon examination, it was discovered that 2,600 kg of reportedly imported buffalo meat from India and 2,500 kg of purportedly imported cow meat from Uruguay, Argentina, Panama, and New Zealand were missing the required import documents. As a result, all 5,100 kg of these animal corpses were confiscated for additional examination.

Operators of the site must give officials the necessary documentation within 15 days, according to Pol. Col. Chakkraphong. In accordance with Animal Epidemics Act Sections 22 and 31, noncompliance will result in legal action. The operators of the website were not named by the authorities right away.


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