Monday, May 27, 2013
Thursday, May 23, 2013
My recent visit to Gomantong cave discovered that this cave capable of producing 3 tonnes of white nest and about 7 tonnes of black nest yearly. Control harvesting imposted by Wild life Department Sabah proved to be effective. A Professor from UPM who is also in the group visit will conduct more research on matter related to the EBN industries in Malaysia.
Gua Mantong Cave is situated in the district of Kinabatangan, Sabah. It is the largest cave and the main producer of edible birds' nest in Borneo.
We are hoping that the price will come back to normal after China approved the 15 establishment which they audited recently.
With the experiences gained after the strict and detailed audit by CNCA, more processing plants are now aware of the requirement and also apply for listing through DVS, Putrajaya.
|Simud Hitam Cave mostly populated by Aerodramus Maximus|
|There are 4 swiftlet entrance into Simud Hitam|
Posted by asa at 9:01 PM