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THE Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) will crack down on the illegal sale of imported frozen fish in wet markets starting in December amid the proliferation of imported frozen fish such as pompano, salmon and squid in the wet markets.\r\r \r\rBFAR Assistant Director for Administrative and Other Support Services Zaldy Perez said the directive stemmed from an inspection conducted on Thursday at the Commonwealth Market in Quezon City where frozen imported pampano, salmon and squid were being sold.\r\r \r\rPerez said imported frozen pampano and salmon are only allowed for \"industrial use\" or in places such as restaurants and hotels.\r\r \r\r\"Based on our inspection, the vendors said they are not aware that the imported fish commodities should not be sold in the wet markets so BFAR is now conducting an intensified information drive to tell the vendors that these are not legitimate in the public market,\" Perez said.\r\r \r\rPerez added that the information drive of BFAR in 21 wet markets in Metro Manila will continue until December 3.\r\r \r\r\"We started our information drive in 21 public markets in the NCR [National Capital Region] and will end on December 3. 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