The National Meat Inspection Service is a government regulatory agency created by law to implement policies, programs, guidelines, rules and regulations pertaining to meat inspection and meat hygiene in order to ensure safe meat from farm to table.
The National Meat Inspection Service is a specialized regulatory agency in the Department of Agriculture that is the country’s sole national controlling and competent authority on all matters pertaining to meat inspection and hygiene both for locally produced and imported meat. It was created under Presidential Decree No. 7 as National Meat Inspection Commission and renamed as National Meat Inspection Service under R.A. 9296, otherwise known as “The Meat Inspection Code of the Philippines, “As amended by R.A. 10536. NMIS is tasked to formulate, promulgate and implement laws, policies, programs and projects governing the post- harvest flow of meat in order to protect the interest and welfare of consumers and promote the development of the livestock and meat industry.
Ensuring Safe and Quality Meat for a Healthy Philippines.
Providing modernized meat inspection service using relevant technologies to protect the consuming public while promoting the livestock and poultry sector with government and industry partners to ensure adequate supply of meat
Safe Meat For All
Reference: Memorandum Order No. 12-2021-520 (December 20, 2021)