Evaluation of the shucking of certain species of scallops contaminated with lipophilic toxins with a view to the production of edible parts meeting the safety requirements foreseen in the Union legislation

  • Dieter Schrenk (Creator)
  • Margherita Bignami (Creator)
  • Laurent Bodin (Creator)
  • James Kevin Chipman (Creator)
  • Jesús del Mazo (Creator)
  • Bettina Grasl‐Kraupp (Creator)
  • Christer Hogstrand (Creator)
  • Jean Charles Leblanc (Creator)
  • Carlo Stefano Nebbia (Creator)
  • Elsa Nielsen (Creator)
  • Evangelia Ntzani (Creator)
  • Annette Petersen (Creator)
  • Salomon Sand (Creator)
  • Tanja Schwerdtle (Creator)
  • Christiane Vleminckx (Creator)
  • Heather Wallace (Creator)
  • Ana Gago Martinez (Creator)
  • Arjen Gerssen (Creator)
  • Aurelia Tubaro (Creator)
  • Claudia Cascio (Creator)
  • José Cortiñas Abrahantes (Creator)
  • Hans Steinkellner (Creator)
  • Ron Hoogenboom (Creator)



The file contains the raw occurrence dataset on lipophilic toxins as extracted from EFSA DWH on 9 June 2020 on 16,845 analytical results presented in the opinion as described in its section 1.3.2. Occurrence data submitted to EFSA. The data is provided in csv format. This dataset is compliant with EFSA SSD model and contains two additional columns documenting issues identified in the cleaning process (column: issue) and the action taken (column: action) to address the issue (e.g. delete record or update values in specific fields). The link to the catalogues of controlled terminologies can be found under "Related identifiers”.
Date made available8 Mar 2021


  • Lipophilic marine biotoxins
  • scallops
  • shucking
  • okadaic acid
  • azaspiracids
  • yessotoxins
  • contaminants
  • consumption
  • occurence
  • exposure assessment

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