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  1. #1
    Junior Member ting's Avatar
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    Jul 2008

    Is the fish cream dory safe to eat? i usually buy this frozen from Ayala...

    ...Gaisano Cebu.? a friend emailed me that cream dory from Vietnam is contaminated and not safe to eat. what about cream dory sold in supermarkets in the Philippines. Are they locally grown and safe to eat?

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    Check2 cream dory is safe to eat!!! especially in fresh Catch

    If you want to be sure that you are eating a safe cream dory.....

    buy Fresh Catch products.

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    Cream Dory

    SARANGANI BAY CREAM DORY is the best selling Cream Dory in the Philippines.... It's safe and delicious!

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    If you want to be sure that you are eating a safe cream dory.....

    buy Fresh Catch products.

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    philippines is now into cream dory aquaculture. i watched it on tv and they are growing this fish here locally.

  5. #5
    Im concerned about what ive read about frozen Pangasius fillets from Vietnam. This includes Sarangani Bay Cream Dory which is sold worldwide in supermarkets. I have been eating this fish with no ill effects but...Google Pangasius and decide for yourself. Im not sure now if i will continue to eat it cos there certainly seems to be some risk involved.

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    Businessman cream dory from vietnam are safe!

    my family and i would be dead by now from vietnam cream dorys if it isn't safe. we've been eating it for years.

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