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14/07/2011

Food poisoning claim possible after eating Dyfed mussels

Anyone who suffers from food poisoning after ingesting molluscs, oysters, mussels, cockles, clams or razor fish which have been collected from the Milford Haven Waterway area could make a food poisoning claim against the liable companies.

All production areas in the Milford Haven Waterway, in Dyfed, Wales, have been closed by the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (CEFAS) and the Food Standards Agency Wales after a routine bio-toxin analysis on some mussels showed that paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) levels had exceeded the permitted amount.

While further investigations take place, the public has been advised not to eat any of the products which come from the area, and restaurants should also not use any of the potentially poisonous shellfish in their meals.

If someone was to fall ill after eating one of the mussels or other produce from Milford Haven, they could make a food poisoning claim for their personal injury, pain, suffering and loss of earnings.

Ingestion of one of these toxic food items by a child or an elderly person could even result in death, since children's immune systems are more easily compromised.

 

 
 
 
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