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Bumababa ang pagtingin ng mga Pilipino sa sarili kapag kumakain tayo ng mabaho, ginamot, o pinesteng bigas. Hindi ba ito ang ginagawa ng gobyerno sa kanilang solusyon sa krisis ng bigas?
Pilit ang palusot, at balubaluktot ang mensahe ng gobyerno, tungkol sa krisis sa bigas – dahil sablay ang istratehiya sa simula pa lang
'Ako mismo nagsaing,' says Agriculture Secretary Manny Piñol
NFA-Bicol director Henry Tristeza leads a taste test of the fumigated rice which will be distributed all over Bicol region
The progressive legislators argue Filipino taxpayers deserve to know how much of their money was spent for the importation of rice infested with weevil or 'bukbok'
(UPDATED) Why this burgeoning rice crisis? I argue that government is wholly to blame.
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As the Philippines deals with bukbok-infested rice imports, here's a look at how these insects can be exterminated and what people can do at home
Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piñol says the presence of bukbok or weevils proves that imported rice 'has not been sprayed with chemicals'
National Food Authority Spokesperson Rex Estoperez says imported rice is safe to eat after weevils are smoked out