The Food and Environmental Hygiene Department (FEHD) said today (February 13) that the FEHD and the Customs and Excise Department (C&ED) have jointly stepped up publicity and education, as well as enforcement actions at various land boundary control points, to deter travellers from illegally bringing meat, poultry meat and eggs into Hong Kong to safeguard food safety.
The FEHD reminded the public not to bring meat, poultry meat and eggs into Hong Kong illegally.
These points about omega-3s in meat and eggs
are valid, but changing an animal's feed, even by providing it more foraging space, significantly increases the price of meat, milk, and eggs, say the authors of this study.
The safety of poultry meat and eggs
continues to be a major concern for consumers.
Biscuits had to be baked, meat and eggs
fried, gravy made, jars of homemade jam brought from the pantry.