Best Practices in Bivalve Traceability and Compliance Readiness

Published on
January 21, 2020

Global demand for bivalves — including the consumption of raw shellfish — has outpaced supply, providing excellent growth opportunities.  Shellfish are filter feeders and toxins in the surrounding waters can cause a variety of illnesses in humans.  

Given these risks, the harvesting and traceability processes are strictly regulated by state health departments. This whitepaper discusses best practices and National Shellfish Sanitation Program (NSSP) reporting requirements.


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