FSA in Northern Ireland
Shellfish monitoring: Northern Ireland
Official Control monitoring (live bivalve molluscs) programme for Northern Ireland and classification of shellfish harvesting areas in Northern Ireland.
The Food Standards Agency NI (FSA in NI) is responsible for carrying out monitoring of classified production areas for their microbiological status, the presence of phytoplankton in samples of water, marine biotoxins and chemical contaminants in samples of shellfish flesh.
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End-product testing for shellfish toxins – information for shellfish harvesters, growers and processors (Northern Ireland)
Monday 25 July 2011
The Food Standards Agency in Northern Ireland has published a leaflet for shellfish harvesters, growers and processors about end-product testing for shellfish toxins.
Tuesday 21 May 2013
Information relating to Official Control testing within Northern Ireland waters.
Tuesday 17 April 2012
Details of procedures and protocols for offical controls for FSA in Northern Ireland, including classification and microbiological monitoring, sanitary surveys and sampling and transport.
Monday 21 February 2011
Shellfish Harvesting Classifications Northern Ireland