UK: Amnesic shellfish poisoning ban in South Minch
A ban on fishing for scallops in waters off South Minch, due to a build-up of naturally occurring Amnesic Shellfish Poisoning (ASP) toxins, was announced today by the Food Standards Agency Scotland. The action is based on test results from the Agency's sampling programme which showed that the ASP toxin has reached a level at which there is a risk to consumers. Symptoms of ASP include nausea, vomiting, short-term memory loss and hallucinations.
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