EDIBLE BIRD NEST SWIFTLET INDUSTRY.

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Bird's Nest A2
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Bird's Nest F1
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Bird's Nest O1
Bird's Nest O1
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Bird's Nest O3
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Bird's Nest O4
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Bird's Nest O4

Nutrition and benefits.

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Product of Malaysia.

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 Edible bird’s nests found in Malaysia are from the swiftlet species. Their size is about that of a sparrow with wingspan wider than that of a pigeon. They construct their nests with glutinous strands of starch like saliva produced by a pair of large, salivary glands under their tongue and thereafter mate and breed their young in the nest. Edible-Bird Nest is produced by swiftlets from their salivary glands and this high value secretion is called edible-bird nest which is consumed or used by humans.

Edible bird's nest swiftlet.

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 Swiftlets build their nests using fluid released from their salivary glands, which harden on exposure to air. Research on edible bird’s nest swiftlet shows nutritional contents of carbohydrates, amino acids and minerals, with Glycoproteins in carbohydrate being the main ingredient. Edible bird’s nest swiftlet is rich in sialic acid which is purported to contribute to neurological and intellectual development in infants.

 Amino acids and minerals are also important components of edible bird nest swiftlet. The amino acid contents consist of 3 non-essential types: aspartic acid, glutamic acid and praline acid; and 2 essential types: threonine and valine. They contribute to normal body functions such as immune system and tissue repair. 

 Edible bird’s nest swiftlet has been a popular nutritious food for centuries, especially among the Chinese in Malaysia. Traditionally used as a food delicacy, Edible bird’s nest swiftlet is also an important ingredient in traditional Chinese medicine for health enhancing effects ranging from enhancing complexion and strengthening the immune system. 

 In Malaysia, edible bird’s nest swiftlet has become a main export agro commodity, boosting one of the largest edible bird’s nest swiftlet harvests among the Southeast Asian countries.

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