The Agriculture and Agro-based Industry Ministry is holding discussions with China on exporting Malaysia's honey jackfruit and swiftlet
nests following the success of its frozen whole musang king durian and MD2 pineapple export to that country.
Species of fauna have also been recorded in the Silonay mangrove park including 29 birds, seven of which are endemic like the Philippine Duck and Pygmy Swiftlet
, among others.
Red Nest, China comes in third with $10,000/kg, followed by Peri Bali honey, Saricayir Dagi, Turkey US$7,000/kg, Alba white truffle, Piedmont, Italy US$6,000/kg, Densuke watermelon, Hokkaido, Japan US$5,000/kg, Black Perigord truffles, Dordogne, France US$2,500/kg, Kopi Luwak, Indonesia US$1,000/kg, Pule Cheese, Macva, Serbia US$1,000/kg, La Bonnotte potatoes, Noirmoutier, France US$600/kg, Ruby Roman grapes, Ishikawa prefecture, Japan US$360/kg (35 ounces) and Aceto Balsamico Tradizionale vinegar, Emilia Romagna, Italy US$200.
In a directive last week, the Ministry of Agriculture urged owners of swiftlet
nest farms to register as required by the ministry's Forestry Administration, said forestry official Yorn Yuth Vorith.
EBN is a kind of nest which is made by male swiftlet
mainly through its saliva during breeding stage.
Histological and histochemical studies on esophagus of the Germanis swiftlet
. Kasetsart Vet., 12: 16-21.
Edible bird's nest (EBN) originates from the saliva of swiftlet
species; they mostly come from Collocalia fuciphaga, Aerodramus fuciphagus, and Aerodramus maximus species, commonly found in Southeast Asia [12, 13].
(61) After Kathan and Weeks had published in 1969 (62) the isolation of Sia from Collocalia mucoid (edible bird nest substance), from the Chinese swiftlet
(Genus Aerodramus collocalia), another source for the isolation of large quantities of Neu5Ac was found.
Families harvest cave swiftlet
nests, a sought-after ingredient in exorbitantly priced bird's nest soup.
Histological and histochemical studies on esophagus of the germain's swiftlet
(Collocalia german oustalet, 1878).
Malaysia's largest developer of swiftlet
parks that produce edible bird's nests, a precious delicacy in Southeast and East Asia, has ambitious plans to enter the world stage with its products and even wants to raise capital through an initial public offering in New York later this year.