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Officials in the eastern province of Rayong continue to test seafood from the surrounding waters amid contamination concerns but so far, all’s good. So says Rayong’s public health chief, Dr Soonthorn Rianphoomkarnkit. Concerns were raised following a devastating oil spill on January 25 that has affected the surrounding waters. The crude oil leak, from an undersea pipeline owned by Star Petroleum Refining, has already reached Mae Ram Phueng beach on the mainland and threatened the popular tourist destination of Koh Samet. According to a Nation Thailand report, Soonthorn says that so far, none of the seafood sold in the province […]

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5555 what a surprise the butcher check his own meat and tell his meat is perfect  i think soon the discover a new specie a black shrimp with a high level of natural oil its very healthy and  ofcourse it will bring good luck

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3 minutes ago, TSS said:

 rayong health cheif says it's "all good," 🤔so reassuring... 

You would know if you had crude oil in your food. Trust me, you cant miss it. It's the thick, black, lumpy stuff.

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10 hours ago, harry1 said:

yep they got it all under control,at least you dont need cooking oil for deep fried squid 

and no need for black sauce. All in one cooked up to serve

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