2 July 2020 - The Marine Institute has detected levels of naturally occurring compounds in shellfish that can cause illness in human consumers, and are warning people against recreational gathering of shellfish. Increased levels have been detected in
More than 650 people have fallen ill in France this past month after eating contaminated raw shellfish.
Since the start of December 2019, Santé publique France has received 123 reports of collective food poisoning suspected to be linked to consumptio
The FSAI today publishes its Audit of the Official Controls Undertaken by the Sea Fisheries Protection Authority (SFPA) Regarding the Microbiological Classification of Shellfish Waters. The FSAI has overall responsibility for the enforcement of food
More than 90 shellfish producers and processors, scientists, agencies and stakeholders attended the 11th Shellfish Safety Workshop earlier this month to discuss the latest advances in the field in Ireland.
The workshop, which took place on Tuesday 8
Researchers investigating the risks posed by climate change on the sustainability of fish and shellfish in the Irish Sea are being given more than £6m in EU funding to carry out two projects.
A meat wholesaler which was prosecuted for labelling foreign beef as Irish has been told it had committed a fraud against the wider meat industry.
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