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On June 3rd 2011, there was a report from Guangdong Inspection and Quarantine Bureau that some of blood nest in the market were detected with nitrite. This report however were not entirely correct, though it has caused a great impact in the bird nest industry.
On 15th August 2011 some province in China were repoted that edible bird nest contains high nitrite. Again, there are many rumors speculating regarding this matter and cause many traders, operators and even consumers confused and concerned. Then the question is, what is nitrite and is it harmful? how to avoid this substance if consumers concern about this substance and want to consume this delicacy food. Many information actually describes what nitrite is. Here is just short summary of what nitrite is.
Bloodnest or edible red birdnest is known to be one of nature’s oldest dish in China and has long become a household name within the Asian culture. Bloodnest which identified to have vibrant red color – is considered as the highest quality birdnest within the industry.
Bird’s nests are harvested 3 times per year, with each harvesting period generally lasting 3 months. The first period is from January to April, this is immediately followed by the second and third periods. The rainfall is particularly high during the first period this entices and environment highly suitable for the growth of tiny animals and plants giving the swift-let plenty of food.