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The Community and Public Health division of
Canterbury District Health Board wish to advise that the public health warning
to not collect shellfish in the Canterbury region has been removed.
for Primary Industries (MPI) stated that ongoing testing of shellfish has
found the levels of toxins causing Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning to be below the safe levels set by
MPI. Warning signs throughout the region will be taken down in the coming days.
Humphrey, Canterbury Medical Officer of Health, says routine tests on shellfish
samples taken from the region have shown levels of Diarrhetic Shellfish
Poisoning (DSP) toxins within the safe limit of 0.16 mg/kg set by
great news for those of us who love collecting and eating our own
kaimoana. It has been a long wait since the warning was originally issued
(13th October 2016) and lovers of seafood in Canterbury should be
commended for heeding the warnings for so long.”
tuatua, pipi, toheroa, cockles, scallops, catseyes, kina (sea urchin) and all
other bivalve shellfish are now safe to eat
Shellfish Poisoning symptoms typically appear within half an hour of ingestion
and last for about 24 hours. Symptoms may include:
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