Order On Mussels Mm

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om muslinger m.m.

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Overview (table of contents)
Chapter 1 Scope and definitions
Chapter 2 Conditions for harvesting in the areas of production and breeding facilities
Chapter 3 Monitoring of toxic algae and algal toxins
Chapter 4 Common sampling - toxic algae and algal toxins
Chapter 5 Temporary microbiological classification
Chapter 6 The stating of permanent microbiological classified production areas and breeding facilities
Chapter 7 Permanent microbiological classification
Chapter 8 Common sampling - microbiological tests
Chapter 9 Sampling for chemical contaminants
Chapter 10 Registration documents, records etc.
Chapter 11 Use of clean seawater for use in cleaning, conditioning or udsanding
Chapter 12 Education Requirements
Chapter 13 Study costs
Chapter 14 Penalty and commencement provisions
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
Appendix 4
Appendix 5
Appendix 6
Appendix 7
Appendix 8
Appendix 9
The full text
Notice of mussels mm1)
Pursuant to § 4, paragraph. 1, § 5, § 6, paragraph. 1, § 32, § 36 paragraph. 1, § 37, § 38, § 47 paragraph. 2, § 48 paragraph. 2, § 49, § 50, § 51, § 54 paragraph. 5 and § 60 paragraph. 3 of Law no. 526 of 24 June 2005 on foods, as amended by § 1 of the Law no. 1549 of 20 December 2006, provides:
Chapter 1
Scope and definitions
§ 1. This Order covers the monitoring of production areas, including breeding sites, which made harvesting of mussels mm
PCS. 2. The notice also includes the use of clean sea water used for cleaning, conditioning and udsanding of mussels mm
§ 2. In this Order, the definitions of
1) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs (Hygiene Regulation)
2) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 853/2004 of 29 April 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin (hygiene rules for food of animal origin)
3) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 854/2004 of 29 April 2004 laying down specific rules for the organization of official controls on products of animal origin for human consumption (the Control Regulation for food of animal origin)
4) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 882/2004 of 29 April 2004 on official controls to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and animal welfare rules (the Control Regulation)
5) Commission Regulation (EC) no. 2073/2005 of 15 November 2005 on microbiological criteria for foodstuffs (microbiology Regulation) and
6) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 178/2002 of 28 January 2002 on the general principles and requirements of food law, establishing the European Food Safety Authority and laying down procedures in matters of food safety (food regulation).
PCS. 2. mussels mm mean bivalve molluscs, echinoderms, tunicates and marine gastropods.
PCS. 3. The toxic algae understood toxic and potentially toxic algae that can produce algal toxins.
PCS. 4. By algal toxins understood toxins produced by algae, and which are pathogenic to humans and can accumulate in mussels mm
PCS. 5. At harvest mean primary producers, gathering and fishing of wild mussels mm from production areas and relaying areas and primary producers farming and harvesting of mussels mm from breeding facilities.
PCS. 6. For breeding facilities means a plant for which a primary manufacturer has achieved Fiskeridirektoratet permission for breeding mussels mm in a particular part of a production zone.
PCS. 7. catch understood wild mussels mm, which is harvested in an open production area, but which is not open for the harvest of the species.
PCS. 8. By udsanding means the storage of live mussels mm to be heat treated in facilities with clean sea water or in natural sites to remove sand, mud or slime.
PCS. 9. The action value is defined as a value corresponding to half of the then current EU levels for algal toxins.
Chapter 2
Conditions for harvesting in the areas of production and breeding facilities

§ 3. The harvest of clams mm may only be made within the stated in Annex 1 production areas and in the breeding facilities that are open in accordance with Chapter 3 and Chapter 10 and ranked by the provisions of Chapter 5 or verified in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 7. | || PCS. 2. Notwithstanding paragraph. 1 must not be made harvesting of mussels mm at or near the dumping and dumping areas, wastewater discharges, and in port areas, marinas and similar sources of pollution that can cause a deterioration of the hygienic and sanitary quality of mussels mm
Chapter 3
Monitoring of toxic algae and algal toxins
Opening up production areas and breeding facilities
§ 4. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, opens for each primary producer or group of primary producers provided. § 14, and separately for the harvest of each species of wild mussels mm in the different production areas and harvest of each species of mussels, etc. in individual breeding facilities if:
1) Primary producer or group of primary producers in the week before the opening of a production area or a breeding facility select and submit samples and provides analyzes for content of algal toxins in one sample of live mussels mm of the species in accordance with Annex 2.
2) Primary producer or group of primary producers in the week before the opening of a production area or a breeding facility select and submit samples and provides analyzes of the content of toxic algae in one set of water samples in accordance with Annex 3 referred to. However paragraph. 3.
3) The no. 1 and 2 samples are taken at the same position in consecutively.
4) Primary manufacturer ensures that the results forwarded to the Region North, the Food Department Viborg.
5) The analytical results show that
a) the content of algal toxins in mussels mm meet the health standards of hygiene rules for food of animal origin, and
b) content of toxic algae in the water from the production area or breeding facilities comply with the limits in Annex 4.
6) Region North, the Food Department Viborg, estimates that mussels mm from the production area or from the breeding facility is fit for human consumption.
PCS. 2. With reference to the listed in Annex 1 production area codes or specifying the individual breeding permit of numbers giving Region North, the Food Department Viborg, the DVFA website (www.fvst.dk) communication of the areas of production and breeding facilities that are open for harvesting.
PCS. 3. Harvesting of wild Pectinidae (scallops) are exempted from water sampling, as referred to in paragraph. 1 pt. 2
§ 5. A production area or a breeding facility opens in a week from Sunday to Saturday and closed then be automatically referred. However paragraph. 2 and 3.
PCS. 2. The opening of a production area or a breeding facility can be maintained in accordance with § 4, where the primary producer or group of primary producers provided. § 14, takes samples of mussels mm and water on the first høstdag of each week.
PCS. 3. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, may decide that the opening of a production area or a breeding facility maintained for 2 weeks in the period over Christmas and New Year.
Closing and reopening production areas and breeding facilities
§ 6. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, may prohibit harvesting in certain areas of production and breeding sites, if the presence of toxic algae in the water and algal toxins in mussels mm deemed to affect the suitability of products for human consumption.
PCS. 2. Any results showing levels of algal toxins in mussels mm above health standards, resulting in the closure of production areas concerned and breeding facilities and the withdrawal of interested parties, regardless of the analytical method used.
PCS. 3. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, can only reopen for harvest in the areas of production and breeding facility that has been closed after the provisions of paragraph. 2 when two consecutive assay results for two consecutive weeks after closing displays content of algal toxins below the health standards and toxic algae below the limits. Removing, submission and examination of samples and reporting of results to be made in accordance with § 4, paragraph. 1.
PCS. 4. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, closing the harvest during periods when the incidence of toxic algae are limits in. Annex 4, although algegiftene has not manifested itself in mussels mm, see. However, §§ 7-10.

PCS. 5. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, may reopen for harvest in the areas of production and breeding facility that has been closed after the provisions of paragraph. 4, when two consecutive assay results of samples of water taken at least 48 hours apart, the content of toxic algae below the limits. Removing, submission and examination of samples and reporting of results to be made in accordance with § 4, paragraph. 1.
PCS. 6. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, determine the number of samples to be taken from batches of clams mm containing algal toxins below the health standards, in order to ensure that the parties meet health standards laid down in the hygiene regulations for food of animal origin.
Stricter monitoring of toxic algae and algal toxins
§ 7. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, may decide that the harvesting of mussels mm in a production area or a breeding facility must be under enhanced surveillance if the presence of toxic algae in the water under the limits in. Annex 4, algal toxins in mussels mm below the health standards, or if there is a risk of toxic algal bloom and accumulation of algal toxins in mussels mm from monitoring results in general.
PCS. 2. Harvesting of mussels mm in the areas of production and breeding facilities under enhanced surveillance should be in accordance with the provisions of Annex 5, Chapter 1, see. However, § 8 paragraph. 3.
§ 8. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, may decide that the harvesting of mussels mm in a production area or a breeding facility must be under enhanced surveillance if a detectable level of Pseudo-nitzschia spp. over the limit, but are not detected algal toxins in mussels mm
PCS. 2. If the limit for Pseudo-nitzschia spp. exceeded, and a detectable level of algal toxins in mussels mm, closes Region North, the Food Department Viborg, production area or farming system.
PCS. 3. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, may decide that the harvest for clams mm in a production area and a breeding facility under enhanced surveillance because of the presence of Pseudo-nitzschia spp. over the limit, see. paragraph. 1 may be under less restrictive conditions than specified in Annex 5, Chapter 1. The affected primary producers and businesses and Food Administration must be notified to the more freedom via the website (www.fvst.dk).
Special conditions for the monitoring of the presence of toxic algae exceeding the limits
§ 9. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, may decide that the harvesting of mussels mm in a production area or a breeding facility, where there is the presence of Dinophysis spp. over the limit and presence of algal toxins in mussels during health norm, can occur under specific conditions.
PCS. 2. The harvesting of mussels mm in production areas and breeding sites, see. Paragraph. 1, the primary producer on each høstdag removable filter samples for celletoksicitetsanalyse, as described in Annex 3, Chapter 2, as well as take samples of mussels for algetoksinanalyse and vandprøvesæt accordance with § 4, paragraph. 1.
PCS. 3. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, closes the harvest of mussels mm in the different production areas and breeding sites, when the shareholder value of 80 micrograms of okadaic acid equivalents per. kg is reached.
§ 10. Food Authority may, if appropriate methods of analysis and scientific data regarding algal toxicity exists for other species of algae and their toxins than they §§ 8 and 9 above, determine similar or other conditions, including procedures for analysis, in order to open for harvesting under special conditions.
Catches at harvest wild mussels mm
§ 11 By-catches of species of wild mussels mm must be processed and sold if:
1) Primary manufacturer or allocates business, submit and provides analyzes for content of algal toxins in samples of by-catch species of mussels mm in accordance with Annex 2.
2) Primary manufacturer or the company ensures that the results forwarded to the Region North, the Food Department Viborg.
3) Research results show that the content of algal toxins in mussels mm meet the health standards of hygiene rules for food of animal origin.
4) Region North, the Food Department Viborg, estimates that mussels mm from the by-catch is fit for human consumption.
PCS. 2. By-catches of species of wild mussels mm must only use live for direct human consumption:

1) Primary manufacturer or the company ensures that the microbiological analysis results. See Annex 7, forwarded to the Region North, the Food Department Viborg.
2) The analysis results show that the health standards in microbiology compliance with it.
3) Region North, the Food Department Viborg, estimates that the live mussels mm from the by-catch is suitable for direct human consumption.
PCS. 3. When a species of mussels mm given as a bycatch in accordance with paragraph. 1 or paragraph. 2, the species of mussels mm no longer regarded as by-catch and, in subsequent weeks monitoring in accordance with this Order.
Special conditions for the harvesting and processing of wild Pectinidae (scallops) of the species Pecten maximus and Pecten jacobaeus
§ 12. Notwithstanding the provisions of § 4, paragraph. 1, no. 5, point a, the DVFA allow harvesting of wild Pectinidae (scallops) of the species Pecten maximus and Pecten jacobaeus with a domoinsyreindhold throughout the body of 20 mg per day. kg but less than 250 mg per day. kg on condition that:
The scallops are harvested in accordance with the requirements of Annex 6, no. 1 and 2.


Contents of domoic acid in the edible parts does not exceed 4.6 mg per day. kg.

PCS. Second For each landing of scallops, see. Paragraph. 1, taken a number of samples to be determined by the DVFA, and analyzed in accordance with Annex 6, no. 1
PCS. 3. Scallops harvested by paragraph. 1 shall be transported in containers or vehicles, sealed under the DVFA instructions and sent directly from the production area or farming system to a business that is authorized to receive and process the scallops, see. § 13 paragraph. 1.
PCS. 4. scallops must be accompanied by a special registration document, issued by the Food Authority and stating the anatomical parts that can be processed for human consumption.
§ 13. Companies that receives, processes and sells scallops harvested in accordance with § 12, must be authorized and permitted to make a specific treatment for the mussels. Treatment must involve the hepatopancreas, soft tissues and any other contaminated parts that are not in accordance with the provisions of this clause removed and destroyed, see. Paragraph 6.
PCS. 2. Food Agency may impose additional conditions on a license under subsection. 1.
PCS. 3. The company must ensure that all batches of the final product of wild Pectinidae (scallops) harvested in accordance with § 12, studied for amnesic algal toxins in accordance with Annex 6, no. 3
PCS. 4. If a sample of end product, ie the sphincter, with or without gonads intended for human consumption after removal of hepatopancreas, soft tissues and any other contaminated parts that do not meet the health standard for amnesic algal toxins in hygiene rules for food of animal origin, the game shall be destroyed under the local food region monitoring.
PCS. 5. The hepatopancreas, soft tissues and other contaminated parts must be destroyed under the local food region monitoring.
PCS. 6. If the samples taken, see. Paragraph. 3 or § 12 paragraph. 2, do not comply with the § 12 paragraph. 1 specified limits for domino acid content, the harvested batch destroyed under the local food region monitoring.
Chapter 4
Common sampling - toxic algae and algal toxins
§ 14. Food Administration may allow a group of primary producers who harvest wild mussels mm in the same production area, set up a joint plan for sampling and submission and examination of samples of mussels mm and water samples and reporting of results in accordance with Chapter 3 | || PCS. 2. Food Administration may allow a group of primary producers who harvest clams mm from breeding sites, located in the immediate extension of each other, establish a joint plan for sampling and submission and examination of samples of mussels mm and water samples and reporting of results, in accordance Chapter 3. the authorization may be granted if a risk assessment shows that the risk of contamination of mussels mm with algal toxins is uniform in the breeding facilities.

PCS. 3. Food Administration may allow groups of primary producers who harvest wild mussels mm and reaps from breeding facilities in the same production area, set up a joint plan for sampling and submission and examination of water samples and reporting of results in accordance with Chapter 3. The authorization may be granted if a risk assessment shows that the occurrence of toxic algae in the water column is uniform in the production area.
PCS. 4. Primary producers, which have been permitted by paragraph. 1-3 must:
1) Prepare records containing summaries of all sampling positions indicated in tables and charts, indicating the vessel number or keeping the installation's permit number, the production area number and date of sampling.
2) Submit the required samples from each production area or selected breeding sites, as specified in Chapter 3.
3) Keep in no. 1 above records for at least two years and on request submit those records to the DVFA or Region North, the Food Department Viborg.
4) Immediately provide the Food Authority and Region North, the Food Department Viborg, notification of changes in the membership of the group.
PCS. 5. Food Administration may, in addition to in paragraph. 4, Nos. 1-4, said conditions, impose additional conditions of the authorization.
PCS. 6. Food Administration may revoke a license granted under subsection. 1-3, if the conditions for authorization no longer being met.
Chapter 5
Temporary microbiological classification
§ 15 Region North, the Food Department Viborg, classifies production areas, zones and breeding facilities with temporary microbiological classification A, B or C separately for each species of mussels mm and with effect for each primary producer or group of primary producers provided. § 32 if :
1) Primary producer or group of primary producers in the week before the first høstdag in production zone or breeding facility should collect and submit samples and provides analyzes for microbiological contamination in three grading tests (formal notice) of live mussels mm in accordance with Annex 7
2) Primary producer or group of primary producers to ensure that the analytical results forwarded to the Region North, the Food Department Viborg, stating that the results to be used for microbiological classification.
3) Region North, the Food Department Viborg, estimates that the analytical results of all samples of mussels, etc. are in accordance with the provisions on microbiological classification of the Control Regulation for animal food, hygiene rules for food of animal origin and microbiology Regulation.
PCS. 2. With reference to the listed in Annex 1 production area codes, coordinates of the zones or the individual breeding permit of numbers giving Region North, the Food Department Viborg, the DVFA website (www.fvst.dk) notice of the production areas, zones and farming systems that are temporarily classified .
PCS. 3. Harvesting of wild Pectinidae (scallops) are exempt from the provisions of this chapter.
§ 16. Temporary microbiological classification of a production area, a zone or a breeding facility is valid for harvest in a week from the date specified by the Region North, the Food Department Viborg, in connection with the announcement. Then upon the classification simply referred. However paragraph. 2 and 3.
PCS. 2. The temporary microbiological classification of a production area, a zone or a breeding facility can be maintained in accordance with § 15, however, the primary producer only take one sample (maintenance sample) of mussels mm at its first høstdag of each week.
PCS. 3. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, may decide that the temporary microbiological classification of a production area, a zone or a breeding facility is valid for 2 weeks in the period over Christmas and New Year.
PCS. 4. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, must change the temporary classification of production areas, zones or breeding sites, if the analysis results referred to in paragraph. 2 shows that the current provisional classification status, as announced in accordance with § 15, is changed.
§ 17 Region North, the Food Department Viborg, closes the harvest of mussels mm in production areas, zones or breeding sites, if the analysis results of one or more samples of mussels mm shows that the limit for a C rating is exceeded.

PCS. 2. Closing after paragraph. 1 is maintained until taken from three clam samples for one week followed by one sample from each of the following 2 weeks, showing the analytical results that can result in a temporary A-, B- or C-ranking.
§ 18. The size of the areas announced temporary microbiological classification indicated that provides the coordinates in the production area concerned, however, that any temporary classified zones and breeding facilities in the area are respected.
PCS. 2. The amount of announced temporary classified zones indicated as a square of 3 × 3 miles around the three positions for opening the sample so that the zone's pages marked parallel to the latitude and longitude. The zone must be calculated from a center position, which is an average of the three positions.
PCS. 3. Where the analysis of a classification test will result announcement of a temporary A-classified zone clared the rest of the production area, which have not been withdrawn clam samples for microbiological analysis in the same week, with temporary B-classification, see. However, § 28 .
Chapter 6
Announcement of permanent microbiological classified production areas and breeding facilities
§ 19. Food Administration can, where there is sufficient analysis data, appoint permanent microbiological classification and reduce the frequency of the Chapter 5 samples referred to in certain areas of production and breeding sites, if the results of the monitoring of microbial contamination in the production area or farming system shows that there is sufficient basis therefor.
PCS. 2. The paragraphs. 1 mentioned announcement with permanent microbiological classification A, B or C should be in accordance with the terms of §§ 20-22.
PCS. 3. With reference to the listed in Annex 1 production area codes or specifying the individual breeding permit of numbers giving the Food Agency on its website (www.fvst.dk) communication of the production areas and breeding sites permanently microbiological classified.
PCS. 4. Food Administration can, where there is sufficient analytical data for individual species of mussels mm assess whether an indicator species of mussels, etc. can be designated so that it can represent the microbiological contamination status for the rest of the species of mussels mm, which is found in the production zone or breeding facilities.
Classification of the production areas and breeding facilities
§ 20. Food Administration may classify production areas and breeding facilities with permanent microbiological A status when:
1) there are at least 16 analytical results from samples taken within the past 4½ years,
2) an adequate number of items. 1 said samples taken continuously over the past 18 months, and
3) at least 95% of all relevant analysis results show A-status.
§ 21. Food Administration may classify production areas and breeding facilities with permanent microbiological B status when:
1) there are at least 16 analytical results from samples taken within the past 4½ years,
2) an adequate number of items. 1 said samples taken continuously over the past 18 months, and
3) at least 90% of all relevant analysis results provide evidence for the announcement of the B-status.
§ 22. Food Administration may classify production areas and breeding facilities with permanent microbiological classified C status when:
1) there are at least 16 analytical results from samples taken within the past 4½ years,
2) an adequate number of items. 1 said samples taken continuously over the past 18 months, and
3) at least 90% of all relevant analysis results provide evidence for the announcement of the C status.
Reclassification of permanent production areas and breeding facilities
§ 23. Food Administration must regularly take the assigned permanent classification of production areas and breeding facilities to be reviewed in order to assess the risk of microbiological contaminants in mussels are unchanged from the assigned classification status.
PCS. 2. If the conditions in §§ 20-22 are no longer met in relation to the assigned classification status reclassified the production zone or breeding facilities.
PCS. 3. Where the conditions of §§ 20-22 are no longer met, canceled the assigned permanent microbiological classification of the production area or breeding facilities.

§ 24. Food Administration to reclassify non A-, B- or C-classified production areas or farming systems on the basis of abnormal microbiological results, including results of samples stored at too high a temperature or results based on a short-term one-off microbiological contamination.
Chapter 7
Permanent microbiological classification
§ 25 Region North, the Food Department Viborg, verifies permanently classified production areas and farming systems with microbiological classification A, B or C separately for each species of mussels mm and with effect for each primary producer or group of primary producers provided. § 32 if:
1) Primary producer or group of primary producers in the week before the first høstdag in the production area or farming facility select and submit and ensures analyzes for microbiological contaminants into three confirmatory of live mussels mm in accordance with Annex 7
2) Primary producer or group of primary producers to ensure that the analytical results forwarded to the Region North, the Food Department Viborg, stating that the results to be used for verification of the permanent classification.
3) Region North, the Food Department Viborg, estimates that the analytical results of all samples of mussels, etc. are in accordance with the provisions on microbiological classification of the Control Regulation for animal food, hygiene rules for food of animal origin and microbiology Regulation.
PCS. 2. particulars specified in § 19 paragraph. 3, said production area codes or individual breeding permit of numbers, the Region North, the Food Department Viborg, the DVFA website (www.fvst.dk) message in the production areas and breeding farms the permanent classification is verified and how long the verification applies.
PCS. 3. Production areas and breeding facilities located in the production areas of the Minister of the Environment is designated as shellfish waters with permanent microbiological classification A under the Act on environmental targets etc. for wetlands and international nature conservation areas (environmental law) are exempt from the provisions of paragraph. 1. For these matters, DVFA frequencies for sampling and microbiological analysis of samples of live mussels mm
PCS. 4. Harvesting of wild Pectinidae (scallops) are exempt from the provisions of this chapter.
§ 26. The verification of the permanent microbiological classification of a production area or a breeding facility is valid for harvest under permanent A-classifications for 4 weeks, in permanent B-classifications for 13 weeks and in permanent C-classifications for 26 weeks from the date set of Region North, the Food Department Viborg, in connection with the announcement. Then upon verification of the permanent classification simply referred. However paragraph. 2.
PCS. 2. The microbiological verification of the permanent classification of a production area or a breeding facility can be maintained in accordance with § 25, however, the primary producer only take one sample (maintenance sample) of mussels mm in the week before the expiration of the verification period.
§ 27. Food Administration may close the permanent C-classified production areas and breeding facilities if 5% of all relevant analysis results in the last three months shows that the current classification status of the production area or farming system has changed negatively.
§ 28. The size of the areas with permanent microbiological classification A, B and C indicated that provides the coordinates in the production area concerned, however, that any temporary classified zones and temporary or permanent classified breeding facilities respected.
§ 29 Region North, the Food Department Viborg, can in permanent B-classified production areas resign temporary A-classified zones. Food Department Viborg can also appoint temporary B-classified zones in permanent C-classified production areas. The temporary zones are classified in accordance with Chapter 5.
§ 30. Food Administration may reduce the frequency of the in §§ 25 and 26 samples referred to in permanently classified production areas, breeding facilities or for individual species of mussels, etc. if a risk assessment of microbiological contaminants in a production area, a breeding facility or in a particular kind of mussels mm warrant.
Intensive sampling

§ 31. Primary producer or group of primary producers provided. § 32 shall implement intensive sampling if the microbiological limits in the control regulation for animal food, hygiene rules for food of animal origin and microbiology regulation in permanent classified production areas or farming systems, is exceeded in relation to the announced status .
PCS. 2. intensive sampling must be taken three clam samples for one week followed by one sample from each of the following 2 weeks, showing analysis results below the limits of the current permanent classification.
PCS. 3. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, provide through subscription based (www.fvst.dk) communicating the results of the intensive sampling in the production area or farming system.
PCS. 4. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, may temporarily close for the harvesting of mussels mm in a C-classified production area if the analysis results of the intensive samples taken and analyzed in accordance with paragraph. 2 shows that the limit value for a C-classification is still exceeded.
Chapter 8
Common sampling - microbiological tests
§ 32. Food Administration may allow a group of primary producers who harvest clams mm in the same temporarily or permanently classified production area, set up a joint plan for sampling and submission and examination of samples and reporting of results in accordance with Chapter 5 and 7. | || PCS. 2. Food Administration may allow a group of primary producers who harvest clams mm from breeding sites, located in the immediate extension of each other, establish a joint plan for sampling and submission and examination of samples and reporting of results in accordance with Chapter 5 to 7. Permits can be issued if a risk assessment shows that the risk of microbiological contamination of mussels mm is uniform in the breeding facilities.
PCS. 3. Primary Producers who have been authorized by paragraph. 1-2 must:
1) Prepare records containing summaries of all sampling positions indicated in tables and charts, indicating the vessel number or keeping the installation's permit number, the production area number and date of sampling.
2) Submit the required samples from each zone, each zone or selected breeding sites, as stated in Chapter 5 or 7.
3) Keep in no. 1 above records for at least two years and on request submit those records to the DVFA or Region North, the Food Department Viborg.
4) Immediately provide the Food Authority and Region North, the Food Department Viborg, notification of changes in the membership of the group.
PCS. 4. Food Administration may provide, in paragraph. 3, Nos. 1-4, said conditions, impose additional conditions of the authorization.
PCS. 5th Food Administration may revoke a license granted under subsection. 1-2, if the conditions for authorization no longer being met.
Chapter 9
Sampling for chemical contaminants
§ 33. In the production areas from which no analytical results for chemical contaminants for which set EU limits opens the DVFA, regardless § 4, first for the harvest of the species of mussels mm desired harvested if: || | 1) Primary producer or group of primary producers provided. Paragraphs. 2, before the opening of the production area, take out and submit and ensures analyzes for chemical contaminants in one sample of live mussels mm of that species from three different positions in accordance with Annex 8
2) Primary manufacturer before opening a breeding facility should collect and submit as well as ensures analysis for chemical contaminants in one sample of live mussels mm of that species from three different positions in accordance with Annex 8
3) Primary producer or group of primary producers provided. Paragraphs. 2 ensures that the results of the no. 1 and 2 analyzes forwarded to the Region North, the Food Department Viborg.
4) The analysis results show that the incidence of pollutants do not exceed the limit values ​​for content in mussels mm, cf. Order on certain contaminants in food.
5) Region North, the Food Department Viborg, along with Food Administration estimates that mussels mm from the production area or breeding facilities suitable for human consumption.

PCS. 2. Food Administration can approve a common system of procurement, submission and testing of samples of live mussels mm and reporting of results in accordance with paragraph. 1. Food Administration may set conditions for approval.
§ 34. Food Administration prohibits the harvesting of mussels mm in certain areas of production and breeding facilities or harvesting of certain species of mussels mm in production areas and breeding sites, if the presence of contaminants in control samples from the area exceeds the yield limits laid down in mussels mm, cf. Order on certain contaminants in foodstuffs.
Chapter 10
Registration documents, records etc.
§ 35. For each batch of mussels mm harvested, the primary producers who harvest wild mussels mm, primary producers who harvest clams mm from breeding farms, and businesses fill out a registration document, as indicated in Annex 9, in order to ensure traceability and confirm sampling and testing of in this Order required water and mussel samples.
PCS. 2. Immediately after the landing of each lot must be the primary producer must submit a copy of the completed registration document referred to. Paragraphs. 1, to the local fisheries inspectorate.
PCS. 3. In connection with the transport of harvested mussels mm from the landing site registration document may be replaced by a permanent transport authorization issued by the DVFA if the harvest is carried out by primary producers who are affiliated with a company that processes and markets clams etc. Food Administration may set conditions for a permission.
§ 36. Primary producers and companies that harvest, processing, or marketing clams, etc., must each keep a record containing copies of all registration documents received and forwarded.
PCS. 2. It shall be retained separately in the primary producer and the company in the product's shelf life, but at least for 12 months from the date on which it was shipped.
Chapter 11
The use of clean seawater for use in cleaning, conditioning or udsanding
§ 37. There must only be carried out cleaning, conditioning or udsanding by the use of clean sea water which is taken from the Annex 1 above production activities and how these water intake is opened in accordance with this chapter.
PCS. 2. Companies that make cleaning, conditioning or udsanding must ensure that clean sea water, which led into the facility, meet the limit values ​​for the content of microbiological and chemical contaminants, established in Order on water quality and supervision of water supply systems and comply with the limits for toxic algae Annex 4.
PCS. 3. Notwithstanding paragraph. 2, can clean seawater used for udsanding of mussels, which must be heat treated in accordance with the hygiene rules for food of animal origin contain microbial contaminants beyond the limits of the Order on water quality and supervision of water supply systems, if there is no amount that gives rise to health concerns.
PCS. 4. Companies which use clean sea water for cleaning, conditioning or udsanding from individual production areas must submit maps indicating the exact positions of the water intakes in the different production areas as well as the approval number for Region North, the Food Department Viborg. Changed the positions of the said water intake, seek approval from the local food region as well as the notification to the Region North, the Food Department Viborg.
The opening of the water intake
§ 38. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, opens separately for the use of clean seawater for cleaning, conditioning or udsanding, from individual production areas if:
1) The company in the week before the opening of a water intake from a production area take out, submitting and provides analysis for the content of toxic algae in a quantitative water sample in accordance with Annex 3.
2) The no. 1 above sample is taken from a specified sampling point which must be after any filters and water treatments and marked with the approval number.
3) The company shall ensure that the analytical results forwarded to the Region North, the Food Department Viborg.
4) The analysis results show that the content of toxic algae in the water complies with the limits prescribed in Annex 4.
5) Region North, the Food Department Viborg, estimates that the sea water from its water intake from the production area is suitable for cleaning, conditioning or udsanding.

PCS. 2. With reference to the listed in Annex 1 production area codes, indicating the approval number, the Region North, the Food Department Viborg, the DVFA website (www.fvst.dk) notice of the water intake for cleaning, conditioning or udsanding open.
§ 39. A water intake of sea water for cleaning, conditioning or udsanding is open for one week from the date specified by the Region North, the Food Department Viborg, in connection with the announcement and then closed without further ado.
PCS. 2. The opening of a water intake of sea water for cleaning, conditioning or udsanding can be maintained under the provisions of § 38 paragraph. 1 if the company take out weekly samples of sea water on the first day of each open week.
PCS. 3. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, may decide that the opening of a water intake for cleaning, exercise ring tone or udsanding maintained for 2 weeks in the period over Christmas and New Year.
§ 40. Food Administration may reduce the frequency of the weekly samples mentioned in § 39 if a risk assessment on the presence of toxic algae from the water intake from the production area shows a very low risk of occurrence of these. The risk assessment shall regularly, and at least once a year, be reviewed.
Closer monitoring of toxic algae and algal toxins using sea water for cleaning, conditioning or udsanding
§ 41. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, may decide that the use of a water intake of sea water for cleaning, conditioning or udsanding must be under tighter control, if the presence of toxic algae in the water above the limit values ​​in Annex 4 or algal toxins in mussels mm the health standards for algal toxins in hygiene rules for food of animal origin.
PCS. 2. Use AFET water intake of sea water for cleaning, conditioning or udsanding subject to stricter controls should be in accordance with the provisions of Annex 5, Chapter 2, see. However paragraph. 3.
PCS. 3. Region North, the Food Department Viborg, may decide that the use of a water intake of sea water for cleaning, conditioning or udsanding because of the presence of toxic algae over the limit, but there is no detectable algal toxins in mussels, etc., may be under less strict conditions than specified in Annex 5, Chapter 2. the affected primary producers and businesses and Food Administration must be notified to the more freedom through the website.
Chapter 12
Training requirements
§ 42. Persons taking the samples after the notice provided. However paragraph. 2, the minimum every five years conduct a Veterinary and Food Administration approved course in sampling.
PCS. Second Persons who take and concentrates filter samples under this Order, the minimum every five years conduct a Veterinary and Food Administration approved course in sampling and concentration of filter samples.
PCS. 3. The provisions of paragraph. 1 and 2 courses shall first be implemented within 1 year after this Order enters into force, however, for people who start sampling by this provision came into force, no later than 1 year from the date of the start sampling.
PCS. 4. Food Administration may grant persons in other EU / EEA countries or in countries with which the EU has concluded an agreement on the recognition of professional qualifications, have acquired professional qualifications which can be equated with the training required under paragraph. 1 and 2, exemptions from the application of those courses within in paragraph. 3 expired.
Chapter 13
Study costs
§ 43. All expenses associated with the procurement, submission and testing of samples and reporting of analytical results in accordance with this Order, including any costs of risk associated with it, the DVFA irrelevant.
Chapter 14
Penalty and commencement provisions
§ 44. Penalty that
1) violates § 3, § 7, paragraph. 2, § 9 paragraph. 2, § 11 paragraph. 1-2, § 12, § 13 paragraph. 1 and 3-6, § 14 paragraph. 4, § 31 paragraph. 1-2, § 32 paragraph. 3, § 35 paragraph. 1-2, § 36, § 37 paragraph. 1-2 and 4, § 41 paragraph. 2 and § 42 paragraph. 1-3,
2) harvest in areas that are closed pursuant to § 27 and § 31 paragraph. 4
3) violates a ban announced in accordance with § 6 paragraph. 1 and § 34
4) fails to withdraw the parties in accordance with § 6 paragraph. 2
5) fails to take samples, as specified in § 6 paragraph. 6, or
6) disregards the conditions set pursuant to § 13 paragraph. 2, § 14 paragraph. 5, § 25 paragraph. 3, § 32 paragraph. 4, § 33 paragraph. 2 and § 35 paragraph. Third

PCS. 2. The penalty may increase to imprisonment for up to 2 years if the offender acted with intent or gross negligence, and the contravention
1) caused damage to health or the risk thereof, or
2) achieved or was intended to achieve financial gain for himself or others, including savings.
PCS. 3. It may be imposed on companies etc. (legal persons) under the rules of the Penal Code Chapter 5.
PCS. 4. In setting the fines in accordance with paragraph. 1, in addition to the general rules of criminal law, any enterprise turnover.
§ 45. This Order shall enter into force on 4 October 2009.
PCS. 2. At the same time, Executive Order no. 840 of 20 July 2006 on mussels mm
Food Administration, October 1, 2009
Esben Egede Rasmussen
/ Charlotte Røgild Knudsen
Annex 1
Production areas
Chapter 1
Production areas in Denmark


1) Production areas for harvesting clams mm in Denmark is divided as shown below the map of:
a) Limfjorden Vest, production areas no. 1-39.
b) Limfjorden East, production areas no. 40-42, and Mariager Fjord, production areas no. 50-52.
c) Kattegat North, production areas no. 53-58.
d) east of Jutland south of Jutland and Funen, production areas no. 60-91.
e) North and West Sealand, production areas no. 100-120.
f) Sydsjælland, production areas nr.175-190.
g) the Wadden Sea, the North Sea and west coast of Jutland, production areas no. 129-153.
2) Each production area has a number and a name, and production areas bounded by the positions indicated for the different production areas in the related tables below.




















































































































Limfjorden West
































Area no.


Name


text


N-degrees



N-Decimal minutes



E-degrees


E-Decimal minutes



1


Nissum Bredding,


position


56


39,470


8


17,320





southwest


Position



56


36,320


8


26,720






Nørre Nissum


56


34,270


8


25,120






Follerup Odde


56


35,370


8


18,420



2


Nissum breding,


Helligsø Brick


56


41,690


8


20,620





northwest


Kallerup


56


38,320


8


28,120






position


56


36,320


8


26,720






Bending


56


39,470


8


17,320



3


Nissum Broads,


Nørre Nissum


56


34,270


8


25,120





southeast


position


56


36,320


8


26,720






Toftum Guy


56


33,190


8


32,810



4



Nissum Broads,


Kallerup


56


38,320


8


28,120





northeast


Oddesundbroen west


56


34,742


8


33,351






Oddesundbroen east


56


34,643


8


33,742






Toftum Guy


56


33,190


8


32,810






position


56


36,320


8


26,720



5


Venø Healthy,


Grisetodde


56


34,842


8


33,970





Lavbjerg, south


Torsodde


56


34,895


8


38,543






Veno Odde


56


30,950


8


37,000






Askær Odde


56


31,080


8


36,650



6


Venø Healthy,


Oddesundbroen east


56


34,680



8


33,800





Lavbjerg, north


Oddesundbroen west


56


34,780


8


33,440






Jegindø dam


56


38,380


8


35,830






Jegindø Tap


56


37,200


8


38,700






Kås Main


56


36,570


8


40,520






Gyldendal Harbour


56


34,820


8


42,720






Bradser Odde


56


34,820


8


40,020






Torsodde


56


34,895


8


38,543






Grisetodde


56


34,842


8


33,970



7


Venø Bay, north


Bradser Odde


56


34,820


8


40,020






Gyldendal Harbour


56


34,820


8



42,720






Ejsing


56


30,870


8


44,470






Veno Odde


56


30,950


8


37,000



8


Venø Bay, south


Askær Odde


56


31,080


8


36,650






Veno Odde


56


30,950


8


37,000






position


56


30,870


8


44,470



9


Kås Bredning


Kås Main


56


36,570


8


40,520






Jegindø Tap


56


37,200


8


38,700






Bøløre Odde


56


39,680


8


38,410






Hestør Odde


56


40,120


8


38,600






Sillerslev Ear


56


41,650


8


46,590







Nymølle Sand


56


40,820


8


47,470



11


Sallingsund, south


Sillerslev Ear


56


41,650


8


46,590






Sallingsund Bridge west


56


45,203


8


50,410






Sallingsund Bridge east


56


44,703


8


51,490






Langerodde


56


42,350


8


49,670






position


56


41,670


8


48,770






Nymølle Sand


56


40,820


8


47,470



12


The lysis Bredning


position


56


41,670


8


48,770






Langerodde


56


42,350


8


49,670



13


Sallingsund, north


Sallingsund Bridge west


56


45,203


8



50,410






Ørodde


56


47,040


8


52,600






Sæbygård Hage


56


48,121


8


57,872






Sallingsund Bridge east


56


44,703


8


51,470



14


Dråby Vig


Ørodde


56


47,040


8


52,600






Buksør Odde


56


51,620


8


53,170



15


Sonder Bredning


Ørodde


56


47,040


8


52,600






Buksør Odde


56


51,620


8


53,170






Knud Main


56


49,970


8


57,070






Fur Harbour


56


48,250


9


1360






Branden


56


48,000


9



1560






Sæbygård Hage


56


48,120


8


57,820



16


Baltic Bredning


Fur Harbour


56


48,250


9


1360






Færker Odde


56


50,670


9


4900






position


56


50,670


9


12,660






Ertebølle Main


56


48,370


9


10,120






Junget Ear


56


47,180


9


6780






Branden


56


48,000


9


1560



17


Risgårde Bredning


Junget Ear


56


47,180


9


6780





north


Ertebølle Main


56


48,370


9


10,120






position


56


45,000


9



14,670






position


56


45,000


9


7510



18


Risgårde Bredning


position


56


45,000


9


7510





south


position


56


45,000


9


14,670






Hvalpsund Harbour


56


42,090


9


11,710






Sundsøre


56


42,451


9


10,618



19


Hvalpsund


Sundsøre


56


42,451


9


10,618






Hvalpsund Harbour


56


42,090


9


11,710






Melbjerg main


56


40,370


9


9720






Digestion Odde


56


39,840


9


8900






position


56


38,600


9



8690






Grønning Ear


56


38,621


9


6289



20


Act Bredning


Melbjerg main


56


40,370


9


9720





west


position


56


41,330


9


15,000






position


56


37,680


9


15,000






Digestion Odde


56


39,840


9


8900



21


Act Bredning


position


56


41,330


9


15,000





east


Virksund Bridge


56


36,330


9


17,500






position


56


37,680


9


15,000



22


Skive Fjord


Groening Ear


56


38,621


9


6289






position


56



38,600


9


8690



23


Mors, west


Katholm Odde


56


41,350


8


33,630






Lindholm Hage


56


41,770


8


32,830






Søjeodde


56


42,000


8


33,520






The dam to Agerø


56


43,520


8


34,650






Hestør Odde


56


40,120


8


38,600






Bøløre Odde


56


39,680


8


38,410






Jegindø dam


56


38,380


8


35,830



24


Nees Sund


Nees Sund Ferryberth, west


56


44,417


8


29,266






Nees Sund Ferry Terminal, east


56


44,290


8


30,197






The dam to Agerø


56



43,520


8


34,650






Søjeodde


56


42,000


8


33,520






Lindholm Hage


56


41,770


8


32,830






Lindholm


56


42,140


8


31,920






For Boddumhalvøen


56


42,130


8


31,700



25


Visby bredning


Gudnæs Hage


56


48,350


8


32,100






Mågerodde


56


47,429


8


33,118






Nees Sund Ferry Terminal, east


56


44,290


8


30,197






Nees Sund Ferryberth, west


56


44,417


8


29,266



26


Dragstrup Vig


position


56


50,000


8


35,800






position


56


50,000



8


37,360






Mågerodde


56


47,429


8


33,118






Gudnæs Hage


56


48,350


8


32,100



27


Vilsund


Silstrup Main


56


55,420


8


39,720






Sundby rocky


56


53,420


8


40,320






position


56


50,000


8


37,360






position


56


50,000


8


35,800



28


Thisted Bredning


Sundby rocky


56


53,420


8


40,320





west


position


56


55,050


8


40,000






Silstrup Main


56


55,420


8


39,720






position


56


56.785



8


45,085






position


56


53,793


8


45,085



30


Thisted Bredning


position


56


53,793


8


45,085





east


position


56


56,785


8


45,085






Knud Mountain


56


58,270


8


50,520






Skarre Hage


56


57,300


8


51,600



32


Feggesund / Hovsør


Skarre Hage


56


57,300


8


51,600





port


Knud Mountain


56


58,270


8


50,520






Amtoft port


57


0374


8


56,557






Feggerøn


56


59,050


8


56,100



33


Løgstør Broads,


Ejerslev Nose



56


54,970


8


55,320





west


Feggerøn


56


59,050


8


56,100






Amtoft Harbour


57


0374


8


56,557






position


57


1280


9


0000






position


56


55,030


9


0000



34


Løgstør Broads


position


56


55,030


9


0000






position


57


1280


9


0000






Bygholm Vejle


57


1670


9


4920






position


56


54,970


9


4920



35


Livo Bredning


Buksør Odde


56


51,620


8


53,170





west



Ejerslev Nose


56


54,970


8


55,320






position


56


55,030


9


0000






position


56


50,633


9


0000






Knud Main


56


49,970


8


57,070



36


Livo Bredning, east


position


56


54,970


9


4920






Færker Odde


56


50,670


9


4900






The area is shared by the meridian


56


50,633


9


0000






position


56


55,030


9


0000



37


Bjørnholm Bay


position


56


54,970


9


4920






Næsby Hage


56


54,970


9


10,670






Position



56


50,670


9


12,660






Færker Odde


56


50,670


9


4900



38


Løgstør Broads,


position


56


54,970


9


4920





east


Bygholm Vejle


57


1670


9


4920






position


57


2400


9


8000






position


56


55,030


9


8000



39


Løgstør Land


position


56


55,030


9


8000






position


57


2400


9


8000






Aggersundbroen north


57


0,021


9


17,557






Aggersundbroen south


56


59,922


9


17,738






Næsby Hage



56


54,970


9


10,670























































Limfjorden East and Mariager Fjord
































Area no.


Name


text


N-degrees



N-Decimal minutes



E-degrees


E-Decimal minutes



40


Nibe Bredning /


Aggersundbroen north


57


0,021


9


17,557





Gjøl Bredning


Gjøl Port


57


3710


9


42,070






position


57


2498


9


42,166






Aggersundbroen south


56


59,922


9


17,738



41


West of Aalborg


Gjøl Port


57


3710


9


42,070






Lindholm / cement


57


3800



9


53,825






Shot Haven


57


3565


9


53,825






position


57


2498


9


42,166



42


Langerak


Wide Hage


57


4750


10


0,700






position


57


5350


10


0,700






Neck Harbor


56


59,450


10


18,245






Egense chin


56


59,185


10


18,145



50


Mariager Fjord,


Als Odde


56


42,318


10


19,747





extremely


position


56


42,089


10


19,759






Dania


56


41,450


10


3070






position


56


41,961


10



3093



51


Mariager Fjord,


position


56


41,961


10


3093





middle


Dania


56


41,467


10


3096






Katbjerg Odde


56


38,834


9


54,250






position


56


39,134


9


54,250



52


Mariager Fjord,


position


56


39,134


9


54,250





deep


Katbjerg Odde


56


38,834


9


54,250
























































































Kattegat North




















Area no.


Name


text


N-degrees



N-Decimal minutes



E-degrees




E-Decimal minutes




53


Ålbæk Bay


position


57


46,380


10


43,338






The guy no. 1


57


47,202


10


46,020






position


57


40,410


11


0000






position


57


27,900


11


0000






position


57


27,894


10


38,334



54


Læsø North


position


57


40,410


11


0000






The guy no. 3


57


27,900


11


25,128






position


57


27,900


11


0000



55


Læsø Northwest


position


57


27,894


10


38,334






position


57


27,900



11


0000






position


57


18,270


11


0000






position


57


15,018


10


53,100






position


57


15,000


10


38,520



56


Læsø Northeast


position


57


27,900


11


0000






The guy no. 3


57


27,900


11


25,128






position


57


15,000


11


33,642






position


57


15,000


11


4824






position


57


18,270


11


0000



57


Læsø Southwest


position


57


15,000


10


38,520






position


57


15,018


10



53,100






position


57


13,152


11


0000






position


57


2982


11


0000






position


57


0876


10


27,060



58


Læsø Southeast


position


57


15,000


11


4824






position


57


15,000


11


33,642






The guy no. 4


57


5502


11


39,960






position


57


2982


11


0000






position


57


13,152


11


0000


























































































































Jutland's east coast south of Jutland and Funen
































Area no.


Name


text


N-degrees



N-Decimal minutes



E-degrees


E-Decimal minutes



60


Kalø


Position (Egå Harbour)


56


12,450


10


17,250






Position (Skødshoved)


56


11,550


10


21,000



61


Aarhus Bay


position


56


12,450


10


17,250





v. Århus


position


56


11,550


10


21,000






Position (Mols Main)


56


9800


10


23,550






position


56


1250


10


23,550






Kysing Næs


56


1250


10


16,917



62



Begtrup Vig


position


56


9800


10


23,550






Position (Delete Hage)


56


5700


10


30,850






position


56


1250


10


30,850






position


56


1250


10


23,550



63


West of Tunø


Kysing Næs


56


1250


10


16,917






position


56


1250


10


24,350






position


55


50,350


10


24,350






Kals Neck


55


50,267


10


11,550



64


West of the island


position


55


50,350


10


18,800






Samsoe


55


50,350


10


31,800







Samsoe southern tip


55


46,017


10


35,517






position


55


41,817


10


35,517






position


55


41,817


10


18,800



65


West of Endelave,


Kals Neck


55


50,267


10


11,550





East


position


55


50,350


10


18,800






position


55


41,817


10


18,800






position


55


41,800


10


11,672



66


West of Endelave,


Dogs Hage


55


48,500


10


3900





Western


Kals Neck


55


50,267


10


11,550






position


55


41,800


10



11,672






Bjørnsknude


55


41,767


10


1,783



67


Horsens Fjord,


Kals Neck


55


50,267


10


11,550





extremely


Dogs Hage


55


48,500


10


3900






position


55


49,517


10


0000






position


55


52,783


10


0000



68


Horsens Fjord,


position


55


52,783


10


0000





deep


position


55


49,517


10


0000



69


West of Fynshoved


position


55


41,817


10


35,517






Fynshoved


55


37,233


10


35,517






position


55



31,333


10


34,083






position


55


31,333


10


33,200






position


55


37,317


10


18,800






position


55


41,817


10


18,800



70


Æbleø


position


55


41,817


10


18,800






position


55


37,317


10


18,800






position


55


33,020


10


1795






Bjørnsknude


55


41,767


10


1,783



71


Båring


position


55


33,020


10


1795






Stavrshoved


55


33,048


9


50,815






Trelde Naes


55


37,517



9


51,517






Staksrode


55


40,817


9


51,633






Bjørnsknude


55


41,767


10


1,783



72


Vejle Fjod, extremely


Staksrode


55


40,817


9


51,633






Trelde Naes


55


37,517


9


51,517






Holtserhage


55


41,646


9


40,049






position


55


42,250


9


41,900



73


Vejle Fjord, deep


position


55


42,250


9


41,900






Holtserhage


55


41,646


9


40,049



74


Little Belt, north


Trelde Naes


55


37,517


9


51,517






Stavrshoved


55



33,048


9


50,815






Position (Wedelsborg Main)


55


22,513


9


47,415






position


55


22,586


9


37,093






Skarre Odde


55


29,883


9


36,350






Skærbæk


55


30,617


9


36,683



75


Kolding Fjord


Skærbæk


55


30,617


9


36,683






Skarre Odde


55


29,883


9


36,350



76


Little Belt, south


position


55


22,586


9


37,093






Position (Wedelsborg Main)


55


22,513


9


47,415






Position (Twisted)


55


14,300


9


54,350






Advise Main


55


14.089



9


42,755



77


West of Helnæs


Advise Main


55


14,089


9


42,755






Position (Twisted)


55


14,300


9


54,350






Helnæs Lighthouse


55


7985


9


58,720






Traneodde Guy


55


2737


9


51,098






Nordborg


55


4767


9


42,933



78


Barsø


Advise Main


55


14,089


9


42,755






Nordborg


55


4767


9


42,933






Hellesø Farm


55


2675


9


38,343






Varnæs Main


55


2633


9


34,700






Knud Main


55


5350



9


33,050



79


Aabenraa Fjord


Knud Main


55


5350


9


33,050






Varnæs Main


55


2633


9


34,700



80


Als Fjord


Varnæs Main


55


2633


9


34,700






Hellesø Farm


55


2675


9


38,343






(Kong Christian d. X bridge)


54


54,667


9


47,000



81


Sønderborg Bay


(Kong Christian d. X bridge)


54


54,667


9


47,000






Kegnæs Lighthouse


54


51,150


9


59,300






Bircknack


54


47,850


9


54,500






Position (Krag Sand)


54


48,417


9


43,567






position


54



50,150


9


43,567



82


Flensburg Fjord,


position


54


52,567


9


33,433





extremely


Position (Krag Sand)


54


50,150


9


43,567






position


54


48,417


9


43,567






position


54


52,567


9


35,300



83


Flensburg Fjord,


position


54


52,567


9


33,433





deep


position


54


52,567


9


35,300



84


Helnæs Bay


Helnæs Main


55


7233


10


1533






The knee


55


4917


10


4,300



85


East of Als


Traneodde


55


2737


9


51.098







Helnæs Lighthouse


55


7985


9


58,720






Helnæs Main


55


7233


10


1533






The knee


55


4917


10


4,300






Skjoldnæs


54


58,267


10


12,300






Vejsnæs Neck


54


48,983


10


25,133






Pols Huk


54


52,460


10


3884



86


Around Avernakø


The knee


55


4918


10


4,300






Lehnskov Garnish


55


1600


10


31,017






Skjoldnæs


54


58,267


10


12,300



87


East of Aero


Skjoldnæs


54


58,267


10


12,300







Lehnskov Garnish


55


1600


10


31,017






Vornæs Garnish


55


0417


10


30,800






Siø West


54


57,967


10


38,817






Siø East


54


56,667


10


43,000






Ristinge peninsula


54


50,283


10


35,783






Ærøshale


54


50,800


10


32,233



88


Between Fyn and


Stokkebæk Houses


55


10,833


10


48,400





Langeland


Small Hov


55


9800


10


56,217






Siø East


54


56,667


10


43,000






Siø West


54


57,967


10


38,817






Vornæs Garnish



55


0417


10


30,800






Lehnskov Garnish


55


1600


10


31,017



89


Belt South


Knud Main


55


17,982


10


51,233









Sprogø west


55


19,526


10


56,728









position


55


20,826


11


5,544









position


55


16,800


11


5000









position


55


12,000


11


5000









Small Hov


55


9800


10


56,217









Stokkebæk Houses


55


10,833


10


48,400



90


Great Belt



Bøgebjerg


55


32,317


10


42,337









Romsø east


55


30,828


10


48,023









position


55


30,930


10


59,832









position


55


20,826


11


5,544









Sprogø west


55


19,526


10


56,728









Knud Main


55


17,982


10


51,233



91


Belt North


Fynshoved, north


55


37,190


10


36,983









position


55


38,480


10


45,097









position


55


40,146


10



54,624









position


55


30,930


10


59,832









Romsø east


55


30,828


10


48,023









Bøgebjerg


55


32,317


10


42,337
















North and West Zealand












































Area no.


Name


text


N-degrees


N-Decimal minutes


E-degrees


E-Decimal minutes



100


Agersø


position


55


16,800


11


5000









Coast of Zealand


55


16,800


11


14,250









position


55


11,983


11


16,150










position


55


12,000


11


5000



101


halsskov


position


55


16,800


11


5000









position


55


20,826


11


5,544









Coast of Zealand


55


16,800


11


14,250



102


Musholm Bay


position


55


20,826


11


5,544









position


55


30,930


10


59,832









position


55


30,930


11


4788



103


Jammerland Bay


position


55


30,930


11


4788









position


55


30,930


10


59.832










position


55


40,146


10


54,624









position


55


40,146


10


55,890



104


Kalundborg Fjord


position


55


40,146


10


55,890









position


55


40,146


10


54,624









position


55


44,640


10


52,086



105


Sejerøbugt South


position


55


44,640


10


52,086









position


55


55,164


11


4746









position


55


51,198


11


13,188









position


55


50.484



11


21,312



106


Sejerøbugt North


position


55


55,164


11


4746









position


56


6150


11


12,102









position


56


0636


11


16,638









position


55


50,484


11


21,312









position


55


51,198


11


13,188



107


Hesselø Bay West


position


56


0636


11


16,638









position


56


5070


11


34,986









position


55


57,732


11


34,992



108


Hesselø Bay East



position


55


57,732


11


34,992









position


56


5070


11


34,986









position


56


11,124


12


0084









position


56


1686


12


0090









position


55


58,050


11


50,700









position


55


58,050


11


47,016



110


Inder Bredning /


Sulphur Mountain Rev


55


47,767


11


43,950





Holbaek Fjord


Position (Flenø)


55


47,133


11


46,800






The headland on Orø


55


48,533


11


49,550






North of Kyndby work



55


48,817


11


52,650



111


Lammefjorden


Kongsøre Næbbe


55


48,367


11


42,883









Svolvbjerg


55


47,767


11


43,950



112


Isefiord Southwest


Bøsserup


55


52,133


11


41,867






position


55


52,000


11


48,000






Orø (Børrehoved Rev)


55


47,500


11


47,950






Position (Flenø)


55


47,133


11


46,800






Svolvbjerg Rev


55


47,767


11


43,950






Kongsøre Næbbe


55


48,367


11


42,883



113


Jægerspris Use


Børrehoved Rev


55


47,500


11



48,000









position


55


52,000


11


48,000









position


55


52,000


11


57,000









position


55


52,000


11


48,000









The headland on Orø


55


48,533


11


49,550



114


Nykøbing Bay


Nørrevang


55


58,050


11


47,017









position


55


58,050


11


48,000









position


55


52,000


11


48,000









Bøsserup


55


52,133


11


41,867



115


Isefiord Northeast


position


55



58,050


11


48,000






Hundested


55


58,050


11


50,831






Sølager Færgehavn


55


56,670


11


54,124






Kulhuse Harbour


55


56,273


11


54,275






position


55


52,000


11


57,000






position


55


52,000


11


48,000



116


Dry Basic


Sølager Færgehavn


55


56,670


11


54,124






Position (Ølsted Hage)


55


54,017


12


2,750






Bro by Dyrnæs Hage


55


54,017


12


1550






Kulhuse Harbour


55


56,273


11


54,275



117


Roskilde Fjord


Bro by Dyrnæs Hage


55



54,017


12


1550





v. Axe Holm


Position (Ølsted Hage)


55


54,017


12


2,750






Crown Prince Frederik's Bridge, East


55


50,657


12


2,533






Crown Prince Frederik's Bridge, West


55


50,517


12


2017



118


South of Frederikssund


Crown Prince Frederik's Bridge, East


55


50,657


12


2,533






The cliff


55


43,140


12


6110






Selsø Hage


55


43,800


12


3717






Crown Prince Frederik's Bridge, West


55


50,517


12


2,170



119


Roskilde Fjord v.


Selsø Hage


55


43,800


12


3717





Roskilde


The cliff


55


43,140


12


6110







Nørre Main


55


42,333


12


0367






Beef Holm


55


43,200


12


0,900



120


Camps Vig


Beef Holm


55


43,200


12


0,900






Nørre Main


55


42,333


12


0367


































Sydsjælland


























Area no.


Name


text


N-degrees



N-Decimal minutes



E-degrees



E-Decimal minutes




175


Langelandsbælt,


position


54


56,574


10


50,262





south


Nøjsomheds Odde


54


56,574


11


4992






eel's head


54


45,774


11


0.12






Dovns Klint



54


43.41


10


42.03



176


Langelandsbælt,


position


55


9816


10


56,226





north


position


55


12


11


4998






Nøjsomheds Odde


54


56,574


11


4992






position


54


56,574


10


50,262



177


Omø


position


55


12


11


4998






Stigsnæs


55


12


11


16,062






Small Sevedø


55


11,562


11


17,694






position


55


4878


11


17,724






position


55


4854


11


4992



178


Omø Stålgrund



position


55


4854


11


4992






position


55


4878


11


17,724






position


54


56,628


11


17,778






Nøjsomheds Odde


54


56,574


11


4992



179


Glænø


Small Sevedø


55


11,562


11


17,694






position


55


10,926


11


37,968






Knud Main


55


4.86


11


38,058






position


55


4878


11


17,724



180


Fejø


position


55


4878


11


17,724






Knud Main


55


4.86


11


38,058






Vigsoe



54


54.21


11


38,256






position


54


56,628


11


17,778



181


Karrebaeksminde


position


55


10,926


11


37,968





Bay


Knud Main


55


4.86


11


38,058



182


Guldborgsund,


Knud Main


55


4.86


11


38,058





north


Farø North


54


58,092


12


0102






Farø


54


57,222


11


59,394






Farø South


54


56,328


11


58,056






Kong Fr. 9. Bridge, East


54


45,552


11


52,014






Kong Fr. 9. Bridge, West


54


45,552


11


51.75







Vigsoe


54


54.21


11


38,256



183


Guldborgsund, South


Kong Fr. 9. Bridge, West


54


45,552


11


51.75






Kong Fr. 9. Bridge, East


54


45,552


11


52,014






Gedser Odde


54


33,552


11


58,194






Hyllekrog


54


35,688


11


31,362



184


East Falster


Horsehead


54


50,082


12


10,014






position


54


50,046


12


22,488






Gedser Odde


54


33,552


11


58,194



185


Hjelm Bay


Mønsklint


54


57.45


12


33,252






position


54


50,046


12


22.488







Horsehead


54


50,082


12


10,014






Farø South


54


56,328


11


58,056






Farø


54


57,222


11


59,394






position


54


54,294


12


5814






position


54


54.27


12


5.97



186


Bogestrommen


Jung Main


55


6702


12


11,028






Ulvshale


55


3636


12


15,624






position


54


54.27


12


5.97






position


54


54,294


12


5814






Farø


54


57,222


11


59,394






Farø North



54


58,092


12


0102



187


Søhundehavn


Jung Main


55


6702


12


11,028






position


55


6696


12


33,246






position


54


57.45


12


33,252






position


55


3636


12


15,624



188


Fakse Bay


Fællesskov


55


14,286


12


21,516






position


55


14,256


12


33,252






position


55


6696


12


33,246






Jung Main


55


6702


12


11,028



189


Stevns Klint


Køge Sønakke


55


23,814


12


21,966







position


55


23,868


12


33,252






position


55


14,256


12


33,252






Fællesskov


55


14,286


12


21,516



190


Køge Bay


Kalveboderne West


55


36,834


12


30,144






Kalveboderne East


55


36,786


12


30,654






position


55


34,386


12


33,252






position


55


23,868


12


33,252






Køge Sønakke


55


23,814


12


21,966


























































































































Wadden Sea, the North Sea and west coast of Jutland









































Area no.


Name


text


N-degrees



N-Decimal minutes



E-degrees



E-Decimal minutes




129


Ho Bay West /


Skalling


55


28,651


8


18,071





Grådyb


position


55


33,250


8


18,667






position


55


33,250


8


17,667






position


55


29,167


8


22,167






rearing


55


28,162


8


22,340






Søren Jessen Sand


55


27,443


8


19,672






position


55


28,167


8


18,500



130


Ho Bay v. Hjerting



position


55


33,250


8


17,667






position


55


33,250


8


18,667






position


55


28,731


8


24,561






Follow sail end to the northern edge of the port of Esbjerg










position


55


29,167


8


22,167



131


East of Fano, north


position


55


29,167


8


22,167






Follow sail end to the northern edge of the port of Esbjerg










position


55


28,731


8


24,561






position


55


24,467


8


37,767






Hans Odde


55


24,467


8


27,940






Grønningen


55


28,162


8


22,340



132



East of Fano, south


Hans Odde


55


24,467


8


27,940






position


55


24,467


8


37,767






Position (Soddeklint)


55


21,033


8


39,417






Sønderho


55


21,033


8


28,600



133


North of Mando


Sønderho


55


21,033


8


28,600






Position (Soddeklint)


55


21,033


8


39,417






Mando


55


16,833


8


31,933






The chicken


55


20,333


8


28,550






To the south of Ebbevej



0000



0000



134


Mudflats between


Mando


55


16,833


8


31,933





Mando and Romo



To the south of Ebbevej










To the east of the coast of Jutland










Southern boundary of Romo dam










Romo northern tip


55


12,500


8


31,233



135


South of Romo


The boundary to the north









dam


Romo dam










Romo's southern tip


54


54,667


8


38,083






Danish / German border


54


55,250


8


33,450






position


54


59,567


8


33,450






position


55


3117


8


30,083






position


55


3767


8


30,083



136


West of Romo,


position


55


12,500


8


18,000






East


Romo northern tip


55


12,500


8


31,233






position


55


3767


8


30,083






position


55


3117


8


30,083






position


54


59,567


8


33,450






position


55


3,750


8


18,000



137


West of Romo,


position


55


12,500


8


0000





Western


position


55


12,500


8


18,000






position


55


3,750


8


18,000






position


55


6283


8


0000



138


West of Mando,


position


55


20,250


8


18,000






East


The chicken


55


20,333


8


28,550






Mando


55


16,833


8


31,933






position


55


16,233


8


32,033






Romo northern tip


55


12,500


8


31,233






position


55


12,500


8


18,000



139


West of Mando,


position


55


20,250


8


0000





Western


position


55


20,250


8


18,000






position


55


12,500


8


18,000






position


55


12,500


8


0000



140


West of Fano,


position


55


28,167


8



3000





East


position


55


28,167


8


18,500






Søren Jessen Sand


55


27,443


8


19,672






The chicken


55


20,333


8


28,550






position


55


20,250


8


3000



141


West of Fano,


position


55


28,167


7


40,000





Western


position


55


28,167


8


3000






position


55


20,250


8


3000






position


55


20,250


7


40,000



142


Horns Rev, v.


position


55


35,000


7


55,000





Blåvandshuk


position


55


35,000



8


5750






Skalling


55


28,651


8


18,071






position


55


28,167


8


18,500






position


55


28,167


7


55,000



143


Horns Rev,


position


55


35,000


7


40,000





v. Munk


position


55


35,000


7


55,000






position


55


28,167


7


55,000






position


55


28,167


7


40,000



144


Horns Rev, west


position


55


35,000


7


20,000






position


55


35,000


7


40,000






position


55


28,167



7


40,000






position


55


28,167


7


20,000



145


North of Horns Rev,


position


55


43,000


7


55,000





east


position


55


43,000


8


9833






position


55


35,000


8


5750






position


55


35,000


7


55,000



146


North of Horns Rev,


position


55


43,000


7


40,000





v. aloft


position


55


43,000


7


55,000






position


55


35,000


7


55,000






position


55


35,000


7


40,000



147


North of Horns Rev,


position



55


43,000


7


20,000





west


position


55


43,000


7


40,000






position


55


35,000


7


40,000






position


55


35,000


7


40,000



148


West of Blåbjerg


position


55


43,000


7


55,000





klitplantage


position


55


51,000


7


55,000






position


55


50,982


8


9663






position


55


42,912


8


9736



149


West of Ringkøbing


position


55


51,000


7


55,000





Fjord, south


position


55


59,000


7


55,000







position


55


58,968


8


7631






position


55


50,982


8


9663



150


West of Ringkøbing


position


55


59,000


7


55,000





Fjord, north


position


56


7000


7


55,000






position


56


7020


8


6419






position


55


59,946


8


6891






position


55


59,916


8


6923






position


55


58,968


8


7631



151


West of Husby dune


position


56


7000


7


55,000






position


56


15,000


7


55,000







position


56


15,006


8


7731






position


56


7020


8


6419



152


West of Nissum


position


56


15,000


7


55,000





Fjord


position


56


23,000


7


55,000






position


56


22,980


8


7010






position


56


15,006


8


7731



153


West of Bovbjerg


position


56


23,000


7


55,000





guy


position


56


31,000


7


55,000






position


56


30,972


8


6978






position


56


22,980


8


7010





Appendix 2

Samples of mussels mm to study algal toxins
Chapter 1
Examination of algal toxins


1) Study of DSP toxins:


Mussels mm should be examined for fat-soluble diarrhea-causing algal toxins (DSP toxin) and the DSP-related toxins yessotoxins (YTX) pectenotoxins (PTX) and azaspiracids (AZA) throughout the year.

2) Study of PSP toxins:


Mussels mm must be tested for paralytic algal toxins (PSP toxins) routinely during the period 1 April to 30 September. In the period from 1 October to 31 March, all opening samples of mussels mm analyzed for PSP toxins and all other samples when the Region North, the Food Department Viborg, estimates that there is a risk of occurrence of PSP Toxic Algae in a production area or a breeding facility and PSP toxin in mussels mm

3) Study of ASP toxins:


Each opening samples of mussels mm to be analyzed for amnesic algal toxins (ASP toxins). In addition, samples of mussels mm studied for ASP toxins in periods of bloom of Pseudo-nitzschia algae in the production area, in breeding plants and in plants that make cleaning, conditioning and udsanding and when Region North, the Food Department Viborg, estimates that is the risk of occurrence of ASP toxins in mussels mm


Chapter 2
Collection and storage of samples


1) Samples of wild mussels mm removed from positions that are representative of the part of the production area, which is harvested.
2) Samples of live mussels mm from breeding facilities consisting of line cultures or other sample is selected so that each sample representative of the part of the breeding plant to be harvested from. Each sample must also be representative of the entire length of the lanyard and must be taken upstream of the facility.
3) For all analyzes of mussels mm used generally cooked mussels. The heat treatment process for opening clams mm should be a mild heat treatment approximately 30 sec. in boiling water or a brief treatment with steam, so that the mussels opens and the mussel meat can be easily taken out. Raw mussels, etc. may also be examined.
4) To analyze the content of PSP toxins and DSP toxins the aggregate sample must consist of at least 500 g mussels mm shell. In periods where there is only examined for DSP toxins, the sample must consist of at least 300 g mussels mm shell.
5) To analyze the content of ASP toxins, each sample consist of at least 300 g mussels mm shell.
6) Sampling must be carried out so that samples can be positively identified. The samples must be labeled:
a) Art of mussels mm
b) Date of sampling.
c) Sampling Position in degrees and decimal minutes with 3 decimal places, as indicated in the WGS 84 system. Rearing units are exempted from informing sampling position.
d) Production area number and possible. geographical name.
e) Vessel number and name or farming installation's permit number.
f) Number of the registration document.
g) The text "test for algal poison analysis DSP", "try to algal poison analysis DSP and PSP" and "try to algal poison analysis ASP" depending on the sample type.
7) enhanced monitoring samples must be also marked with the words "enhanced surveillance".
8) Samples of live mussels mm have until heat treatment, stored such that the mussels mm is kept alive.
9) Samples of meat cooked or raw clams mm to be frozen and stored frozen until shipment. This can be waived on condition that the meat of mussels mm instead stored chilled so that the hygienic quality does not deteriorate.
10) Any counter-samples of mussels, etc. that are not submitted for analysis should be frozen in cooked or raw state and stored at frozen for at least 4 weeks.

Chapter 3
Submission of samples


1) Samples of heat-treated or raw clams, etc. must be packed and sent so that the hygienic quality of the mussels mm does not deteriorate.
2) Samples must urgently and the day after landing sent for analysis at a laboratory approved for the purpose by the Food Authority.

Chapter 4
Analysis of samples



1) The laboratory shall upon receipt of samples of mussels mm ensure that the mussels mm is satisfactory hygienic quality.
2) The laboratory must begin the analysis as soon as possible and generally no later than the day after sample receipt
3) Samples for analysis for DSP, PSP and ASP toxins must not be pooled.

Methods for the determination of the DSP and DSP toxins related toxins


1) To detect DSP toxins and DSP-related toxins (yessotoxins, pectenotoxins and azaspiracids) used mouse bio. The procedures laid down in the EU's harmonized MBA standard operating procedure.
2) The maximum level of DSP-toxin is considered to have been exceeded when two out of three mice die within 24 hours, corresponding to a content of about 160 ug okadaic acid equivalents / kg of whole mussel.
3) All samples in which mice responding in the test mouse to be examined by chemical analysis by means of liquid chromatography and mass specific detection (LC / MS methods).
4) LC / MS methods to be used for verification of results from bioassay where ambiguous results occur and as extra security during periods of general greater risk for the presence of DSP toxin in the production areas.
5) LC / MS methods determine the quantitative content of the DSP toxins (after hydrolysis), but may be semi-quantitatively determine contents of some yessotoxins, pectenotoxins and azaspiracids to the extent that the substances and the standard methods are available.

Methods for determination of PSP toxins


1) As a control and monitoring method, the chemical analysis method Lawrence HPLC method (AOAC method 2006-06) is used.
2) The reference method is the mouse bioassay for determination of PSP toxins, and performed as a modification of the official AOAC method no. 959.08. The reference method used in case of doubt and when Region North, the Food Department Viborg deems it necessary. The method can be used as control and monitoring method.
3) All samples in which mice responding in the test mouse to be examined by chemical analysis.

Methods for the determination of the ASP toxins


1) Determination of ASP toxins is carried out by using liquid chromatography and UV detection. The method used can be found in the Journal of AOAC International, 78: 543-554, (1995).

Alternative methods for the determination of algal toxins


1) Primary producers and companies can use alternative methods for rapid screening of the presence of algal toxins in accordance with the implementation of hygiene rules for food of animal origin, provided that they are available to the methods performance is scientifically documented, and that either alone or combined they can detecting at least the following analogues:
a) Okadaic acid and dinophysistoxins: It may be necessary hydrolysis to detect the presence of DTX3.
b) pectenotoxins: PTX1 and PTX2.
c) yessotoxins: YTX, 45 OH YTX, Homo YTX and 45 OH Homo YTX.
d) azaspiracids: AZA1, AZA2 and AZA3.
2) Primary producers and companies must continuously record all results from the use of these methods.
3) Primary producers and companies must immediately notify Region North, the Food Department Viborg, all positive results from production areas that are not closed on the basis of regulatory control.
4) Primary producers and companies that use alternative methods to notify Region North, the Food Department Viborg, thereof.
5) The use of alternative methods can only ever be a complement to the administration required sampling and analysis provided. This Annex.
Appendix 3
Water samples for testing for toxic algae
Chapter 1
Collection and storage of samples


1) The sample must include a vandprøvesæt comprising a qualitative test (netprøve) and a quantitative test (water sample), representative of the production area or farming system.
2) Netprøven removed by means of a 20 m plankton, which is drawn from the bottom to the surface of at least 3 times, until it contains a visible amount of algae. The concentrated algae is poured onto a bottle, which is filled with about 100 ml of water from the site and preserved with Lugol, see. No. 8
3) Netprøven from breeding facilities must be taken upstream from the plant.
4) Water samples from production areas must be obtained by means of a Niskin-type water picks, volume 1 liter, 3 in the following depths:
a) In surface (0-1 meters)
b) in midwater, and
c) about 1 m above the bottom.

5) Water samples from breeding farms sampled using a Niskin-type water getting, volume 1 liter, upstream of the facility in the following three depths:
a) In surface (0-1 meters depth)
b) at a depth equal to the depth of half and
c) about 5 meters deeper than the plant's bottom depth, however no deeper than 1 meter above the bottom.
6) samples from the no. 4 or 5 above 3 depths mixed in a clean bucket, which is washed into the water from the site and taken a water sample of approximately 100 ml from the mixture, pour into a bottle and preserved with Lugol.
7) For conservation need 1 ml Lugol per. 100 ml sample. The sample is thus a color as light cognac. Lugolen must be enriched or added to the water sample immediately after the sample is poured into the bottles. The bottles must not be filled up to the lid.
8) Lugol shall be made of: 43.5 g + 87.0 g of iodine-potassium iodide + 869.5 g of demineralized water.
9) Sampling must be carried out so that samples can be positively identified. Water testing kits must be labeled:
a) Date of sampling.
b) Sampling Position in degrees and decimal minutes with 3 decimal places, as indicated in the WGS 84 system. Rearing units are exempted from informing sampling position.
c) production area number and possible. geographical name.
d) Vessel number and name or farming installation's permit number.
e) Number of the registration document.
f) The text "netprøve" or "water test".
10) Net and water samples must be stored so that they do not freeze and not be exposed to direct sunlight.
11) Water Samples taken from sea water to be used for cleaning, conditioning or udsanding are to be taken as follows:
a) The faucet or water withdrawal point from which the water sample must be taken, must have run at least 15 minutes before a water sample can be taken.
b) The sample must include a water sample of approximately 100 ml, pour into a bottle and preserved with Lugol, see. No. 7.
12) Sampling must be carried out so as to be hard to identify. The samples must be labeled:
a) Date of sampling.
b) The sampling point.
c) Approval number.
d) The text used in the authorization: "sewage treatment", "conditioner", "dispatch center" or "sand-removing".

Chapter 2
Collection and concentration of filter samples in connection with the blossoming of Dinophysis spp.


1) Samples from Chapter 1, no. 4 or 5, said three depths mixed in a clean bucket, which is washed into the water from the site. Mix sample, which must be at least 2 liters, pour in a bottle / bucket, and the filter must be carried out as soon as possible, and no later than a few hours after the sample was collected.
2) sampled after stirring exactly 1 liter of the mixture sample as in portions of 200 ml. filtered down to a total of 5 units GFC filters. These 5 samples must be from the same composite sample, as the water sample sent for the quantitative determination. The number of cells of Dinophysis spp. be included in the calculations of algal poison content in each cell.
3) The filters are folded together and placed in a container, after which the container is filled up with methanol.
4) The sample container with filters, Dinophysis test, applied information on sampling date, production area code, position, sampler ID and text "DSP filter sample"
5) Filter samples are sent as soon as possible to toksinanalyse the Reference Laboratory for Marine Biotoxins, DTU.
6) For the same composite sample taken water sample, see. Chapter 1, no. 4 or 5, and the sample preserved, see. Chapter 1, no. 6 and 7. This sent with netprøven for qualitative and quantitative algae analysis in a laboratory approved for this purpose Veterinary and Food Administration.

Chapter 3
Submission of samples


1) Netprøver, water samples and samples of water from the treatment plant, conditioning or sand-removing safely stowed before submission.
2) Samples must as soon as possible and the day after landing sent for analysis at a laboratory approved for the purpose by the Food Authority.

Chapter 4
Analysis of samples


1) The laboratory must begin the analysis as soon as possible and no later than the day following receipt of the sample.

Qualitative research


1) The qualitative algae study to be performed on the concentrated plankton from netprøven.

2) In the laboratory withdrawn aliquots of netprøven to be examined by light microscopy and for the case thekate furealgers also by epifluorescence microscopy using fluorochrome Calco Fluor White or equivalent fluorochrome, which is specific to that contained in the thekate furealgers plates.
3) Within Dinophysis genus identified as a minimum the following species:
a) Dinophysis acuminata
b) Dinophysis acuta
c) Dinophysis its
d) Dinophysis norvegica
e) Dinophysis rotundata
f) Other Dinophysis species attributable to species-group Dinophysis spp.
4) Within the genus Alexandrium identified as a minimum the following species:
a) Alexandrium tamarense
b) Alexandrium ostenfeldii
c) Alexandrium minutum
d) Alexandrium pseudogonyaulax
e) Other Alexandrium species attributable to species-group Alexandrium spp.
5) Within the genus Pseudo-Nitzschia identified at least the species Nitzschia Pseudo-seriata. Other species from the genus attributable to species-group Pseudo-nitzschia spp.
6) Within the genus Prorocentrum identified as a minimum the following species:
a) Prorocentrum micans
b) Prorocentrum minimum
c) Prorocentrum lima
d) Prorocentrum triestinum
e) Prorocentrum balticum
f) Other species of the genus Prorocentrum attributable to species-group Prorocentrum spp.
7) Within the genus Protoceratium identified as minimum nature Protoceratium reticulatum. Other species from the genus attributable to species-group Protoceratium spp.
8) Within the genus Lingulodinium identified as minimum nature Lingulodinium polyedrum. Other species from the genus attributable to species-group Lingulodinium spp.
9) Within the genus Protoperidinium identified as a minimum the following species:
a) Protoperidinium crassipes
b) Protoperidinium curtipes
c) Other species of the genus attributable to species-group Protoperidinium spp.
10) Within the genus Karenia identified as minimum species Karenia mikimotoi. Other species from the genus attributable to species-group Karenia spp.
11) Within the genus diatoms identified as minimum species Pseudo-nitzschia seriata. Other species from the genus attributable to species-group Pseudo-nitzschia spp.
12) Within the class blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) is identified as minimum species Nodularia spumigera and species from the genus Anabaena, all attributable to species-group Anabaena spp.

Quantitative studies


1) The quantitative algal studies to be performed on water samples collected as mixed samples provided. This Annex, section 1, no. 4-6.
2) The quantification of the potentially toxic algae is carried out by means of inverted microscope and epifluorescence microscopy, see. P. Andersen and J. Throndsen, "Estimating Cell Numbers", (2003), and GM Hallegraeff, Anderson DM and AD Cembella (eds.) "Manual on Harmful Marine Microalgae", p. 99-130, (2003), UNESCO Publishing.
3) By using the inverted microscope and a chamber volume of less than or equal to 25 ml sedimentationstiden should be at least 12 hours. For the purposes of the chamber volumes larger than 25 ml sedimentationstiden should be at least 24 hours.
4) The quantification of algae, the concentrations of less than 10,000 cells / l is carried out by counting the count in the entire area.
5) By using a count volume of 25 ml and enumeration of the entire corresponding the count area found by one cell to 40 cells / L (= 0.04 cells / ml). When this concentration based on the detection of a single cell algae, with a consequent great uncertainty in the calculated concentration may be used in practice a lower concentration limit for detection of the concentration of algae of 100 cells / l. This means that there are found two algal cells by the count of the count area throughout.
6) At concentrations of algae greater than 10,000 cells / l can be counted on the strands of the count area.
7) concentrations equivalent to, or exceeding the recommended limit values, determined with a precision so 95% confidence interval of max. 30% of the calculated average concentration. This means that there should be counted> 50 cells. This means that there must be counted 30 cells, that one can say that the concentration is determined by +/- 30% at a confidence level of 95%.

8) In order to determine the concentration of the species from the genera Dinophysis and Alexandrium at or above the recommended limit of 500 cells / l with this security, they must be quantified using sample volumes of 50-200 ml. This must be done using sedimentationskamre or using epifluorescence microscopy based on nedfiltrering and staining of the thekate dinoflagellates with Calcofluor White, see. P. Andersen and HS Kristensen, "Rapid and precise identification of thecate Dinoflagellates Using epifluorescence microscopy" (1995) and "Proceedings from the 6th International Conference on Toxic Marine Phytoplankton", Nantes 1993, p. 713-718, (1995), Lavoisier, Paris.
9) All results are reported in table form, indicating the species name and the calculated concentration of the quantified species.
10) If a species is only recorded in the qualitative analysis, or if the species recorded in a concentration of less than 100 cells / l, it is set with an X in the table.
Appendix 4
Limits for toxic algae







algal species


Limit,
cells per well. l


Poisoning Type



dinoflagellates





Dinophysis acuminata


500


Diarrhea-causing shellfish poisoning, DSP



Dinophysis acuta


100


Diarrhea-causing shellfish poisoning, DSP, pectenotoxins



Dinophysis its


100


Diarrhea-causing shellfish poisoning, DSP



Dinophysis norvegica


1,000


Diarrhea-causing shellfish poisoning, DSP



Dinophysis rotundata


1,000


Diarrhea-causing shellfish poisoning, DSP




Dinophysis spp.


1,000


Diarrhea-causing shellfish poisoning, DSP



Protoceratium reticulatum


only mice whose reaction


Yessotoxin poisoning




Protoceratium spp.


only mice whose reaction


Yessotoxin poisoning



Lingulodinium polyedrum


only mice whose reaction


Yessotoxin poisoning




Lingulodinium spp.


only mice whose reaction


Yessotoxin poisoning



Prorocentrum lima


500


Diarrhea-causing shellfish poisoning, DSP




Prorocentrum balticum


only mice whose reaction


Potentially toxic



Prorocentrum micans


only mice whose reaction


Potentially toxic



Prorocentrum minimum


only mice whose reaction


Potentially toxic



Prorocentrum triestinum


only mice whose reaction


Potentially toxic




Prorocentrum spp.


only mice whose reaction


Potentially toxic



Alexandrium pseudogonyaulax


only mice whose reaction


Potentially toxic



Alexandrium ostenfeldii


500


Paralyzing shellfish poisoning PSP



Alexandrium tamarense


500


Paralyzing shellfish poisoning PSP



Alexandrium minutum


500


Paralyzing shellfish poisoning PSP




Alexandrium spp.


500


Paralyzing shellfish poisoning PSP



Protoperidinium crassipes


only mice whose reaction


Azaspirazidfremkaldende shellfish poisoning, AZP



Protoperidinium curtipes


only mice whose reaction


Azaspirazidfremkaldende shellfish poisoning, AZP




Protoperidinium spp.


only mice whose reaction


Azaspirazidfremkaldende shellfish poisoning, AZP



Karenia mikimotoi


only mice whose reaction


Neurotoxic shellfish poisoning NSP




Karenia spp.


only mice whose reaction


Neurotoxic shellfish poisoning NSP



diatoms





Pseudo-nitzschia seriata


200,000


Amnesic shellfish poisoning, ASP





Pseudo-Nitzschia spp.


500,000


Amnesic shellfish poisoning, ASP



Blue algae






Nodularia spumigena1)



100,000


Nodularin. Potentially toxic. Skin irritation




Anabaena spp.


only mice whose reaction


Potentially toxic. Skin irritation




1) Colonies per. l





Appendix 5
Enhanced surveillance - tighter control
Chapter 1
Enhanced surveillance


1) Each primary producer who harvest under enhanced surveillance shall, for each landing to ensure that the sampling of mussels mm for analysis of algal toxins in accordance with § 4, paragraph. 1.
2) Region North, the Food Department Viborg, may provide a number of samples of mussels, etc., to be taken from each landed consignments and where the case may be pooled before analysis.
3) Catches must be unloaded when changing between sub-areas of production.
4) Each country batch of mussels mm harvested under enhanced surveillance must be kept separate from other parties and shall be detained in Denmark in the first stage until the Region North, the Food Department Viborg, has assessed the analysis results for the purpose of writing the release of the party.
5) Immediately after landing a copy of the registration document for each landing forwarded to the Region North, the Food Department Viborg, on the fax. no. 72 27 50 07 or document is scanned and sent to muslingeovervagning@fvst.dk.

Chapter 2
Stricter control of wastewater treatment plants, conditioning and sand-removing


1) Each company that uses clean seawater for cleaning, conditioning or udsanding under tighter control, to ensure that withdrawn quantitative water samples for analysis of toxic algae in accordance with § 38 paragraph. 1.
2) Every company that uses clean seawater for cleaning, conditioning or udsanding under tighter control, For each batch of mussels mm, which has been cleaned, conditioned or udsandet, ensure that the sampling of mussels mm for analysis of algal toxins in accordance with Annex 2, or remove these samples by written instructions from Region North, the Food Department Viborg.
4) Region North, the Food Department Viborg, may determine the number of samples of seawater and mussels mm to be taken and whether these if need be pooled before analysis.
5) The company will notify Region North, the Food Department Viborg, which water intakes sampled.
6) Each batch of mussels mm, cleaned, conditioned or udsandet under enhanced control must be separated from other parties and shall be detained in Denmark in the first stage until the Region North, the Food Department Viborg, has assessed the analysis results in order written release party.
Appendix 6
Special conditions for harvesting, processing and marketing of scallops of the species Pecten maximus and Pecten jacobaeus


1) The limited scheme for the harvesting of scallops may be undertaken when two consecutive analyzes of samples taken in the production area with more than seven days, show that the concentration of DA in the whole scallops is less than 250 mg per day. kg, and the concentration of DA in the parts intended for human consumption to be analyzed separately, is less than 4.6 mg per day. kg. The analyzes of the entire body will be performed on an homogenate of at least ten scallops. Separate analyzes of the edible parts, sphincter with or without gonads, made of a homogenate of at least ten parts.
2) Region North, the Food Department Viborg, determine the number of samples of scallops and where in the production area, they must be taken to ensure that the scallops meets health standards in § 12th

3) Region North, the Food Department Viborg, determine the number of samples of the end product to be taken to ensure that the end product meets the health standards of hygiene rules for food of animal origin.
Appendix 7
Samples of mussels mm for microbiological testing
Chapter 1
Investigation of microbiological contaminants


1) Classification tests and maintenance tests in temporary A classified production areas, zones and breeding facilities must be analyzed for content of E. coli and Salmonella Following the methods listed in this Annex, section 4. There must be examined for Salmonella at least once a quarter .
2) confirmatory tests and maintenance of permanent A-classified production areas and breeding facilities must be analyzed for content of E. coli and Salmonella, the methods listed in this Annex, section 4. There must be examined for Salmonella at least once a quarter.
3) Classification Samples confirmatory and maintenance tests in B-classified production areas, zones and breeding farms and in C-classified production areas, zones and breeding facilities must be analyzed for content of E. coli by the method mentioned in this Annex, section 4, no. 4 .

Chapter 2
Collection and storage of samples


1) For the microbiological classification of production areas, breeding farms and zones must be the primary producer take at least three samples of live mussels mm for microbiological testing in the production area or zone. The mussels mm must be potable size.
2) They in no. 1 above samples of wild mussels mm removed from scraping on three different positions, which are representative of the production area which are to be made harvest and the period or species of mussels mm desired harvested. The three samples taken for microbiological classification of a zone shall be taken within a square of 3 × 3 miles.
3) The no. 1 above samples of mussels mm from breeding facilities consisting of line cultures or the like taken from three different lines, which are representative of the breeding facility and for the person or species of mussels mm desired harvested. Each sample must be representative of the entire length of the lanyard.
4) With a view to maintaining an announced temporary or permanent classification in a production area, a breeding facility or a zone to be the primary producer take at least one sample of live mussels mm for microbiological testing (maintenance test) in the production area, the breeding plant or zone. At harvest wild mussels mm the sample should be representative of that part of the production area, which are to be made harvest and the period or species of mussels mm desired harvested. At harvest of mussels mm from breeding facilities, the examination must be representative of the part of the breeding facility and for the person or species of mussels mm desired harvested.
5) Each sample of mussels mm shall consist of a suitable amount of live mussels mm
6) Sampling must be carried out so that samples can be positively identified. The sample must be labeled:
a) Art of mussels mm
b) Date of sampling.
c) Sample collection Position in degrees and decimal minutes with 3 decimal places, as indicated in the WGS 84 system. Rearing units are exempted from informing sampling position.
d) Production area number and possible. geographical name.
e) Vessel number and name or farming installation's permit number.
f) Number of the registration document.
g) The text "classification test," "confirmatory test" or "maintenance test".
h) The text "Zone A" for trying to zone A classification.
7) Samples of live mussels mm, the up transmission is stored at maximum + 10 ° C and such that the mussels mm is kept alive.

Chapter 3
Submission of samples


1) The samples must be packed and sent so that the mussels mm kept alive and kept at a maximum of +10 ºC.
2) Samples must as soon as possible and the day after landing sent for analysis at a laboratory approved for the purpose by the Food Authority.

Chapter 4
Analysis of samples


1) Microbiological analysis for microbiological classification must be carried out on all live mussels mm

2) The laboratory shall upon receipt of samples of mussels mm ensure that the mussels mm is alive and satisfactory hygienic quality. Mussels mm not live must be discarded.
3) The laboratory must begin the analysis as soon as possible and no later than the day following receipt of the sample.
4) Determination of E. coli:


E. coli determined by ISO 16649-3 method. See microbiology Regulation. The following sample sizes should be at least be used for the homogenization of the analysis:

a) oysters and scallops: 10-15 paragraph.
b) Mussels: 15-30 paragraph.
c) Less mussels mm, including cockles: 30-50 paragraph.
5) Detection of Salmonella:


NMKL 71, 5 th ed. Ed 1999. Chapter 2, no. 1, said three samples may be pooled. When positive findings of Salmonella isolates sent to the Food & Drug Administration approved laboratory for serotype and phage typing and susceptibility testing.

6) When the analytical methods for the detection of virus in mussels mm from Zone A areas are fully developed, must be carried virus analyzes parallel with the microbiological testing for Zone A areas.
Appendix 8
Samples of mussels mm to study chemical contaminants
Chapter 1
Investigation of chemical contaminants


1) Mussels mm from production areas or farming systems in production areas from which no analytical results for chemical contaminants for which set EU limit values ​​must be examined for this, see. # 2.
2) There must be tested for chemical contaminants for which limits have been set in order on certain contaminants in foodstuffs.

Chapter 2
Collection and storage of samples


1) Samples of wild mussels mm taken from scrapers and locations that are representative of the production area which are to be made harvest.
2) Samples of mussels mm from breeding facilities consisting of line cultures or other sample is selected so that each sample representative of the part of the breeding plant to be harvested. Each sample must also be representative of the entire length of the lanyard.
3) To analyze the content of chemical contaminants, each sample consist of an appropriate amount of live mussels mm
4) Sampling must be carried out so that samples can be positively identified. The samples must be labeled:
a) Art of mussels mm
b) Date of sampling.
c) Sampling Position in degrees and decimal minutes with 3 decimal places, as indicated in the WGS 84 system. Rearing units are exempted from informing sampling position.
d) Production area number and possible. geographical name.
e) Vessel number and name or farming installation's permit number.
f) Number of the registration document.
g) The text "sample for analysis for chemical contaminants."
5) The samples must be stored in bags made of polyethylene plastic.
6) The samples must be frozen raw and all the shells and kept frozen.

Chapter 3
Submission of samples


1) The frozen clam samples must be packed and sent so that the mussels mm at the reception remains frozen.
2) Samples must as soon as possible and the day after landing sent for analysis at a laboratory approved for the purpose by the Food Authority.

Chapter 4
Analysis of samples


1) Analysis of mussels mm for chemical contaminants should be in accordance with the Order on certain contaminants in foodstuffs.
2) The laboratory must begin the analysis as soon as possible and generally no later than the day following receipt of the sample.
Appendix 9
Registration Document for clams mm







REGISTRATION DOCUMENT FOR CLAMS MM
REGISTRATION DOCUMENT FOR LIVE Bivalve molluscs, echinoderms, TUNICATES AND MARINE GASTROPODS



Document No .:


Issue date:



Document No .:


Date of issue:



Issued by:





Issued by




Self-monitoring - taking tests required


Group Name (e) - v. Common sampling:



Have even taken:




Common aside:









I. CROP
HARVEST



Quantity mussels mm:


Harvest Date:



Quantity bivalve molluscs etc .:


Date for harvesting:



Species (common name):


Species (scientific name):



Species (common name):


Species (scientific name):



Production area number:


Breeding Facility permit number:



Number of the production area:


Registration number of the aquaculture establishment:







farmed




Wild caught




Microbiological classification (A / B / C):






Aquaculture



Wild fisheries



Microbiological classification (A / B / C):






Position the harvesting of wild caught (set in the WGS 84 system in degrees and decimal minutes with 3 decimals at harvest start and close of each consecutive hour harvest in progress):
Harvesting position (wild fisheries):



































(Positions must by lack of space above given in WGS 84 system at an additional annex to this registration document. The positions can be specified by a GPS print. The annex or GPS printout should follow the registration document until the treatment plant dispatch center, relaying area or undertaking treating mussels mm)



Primary Producer - name and address:




Fisherer, gatherer or harvester - name and address:








Destination - name and address:




Place of destination - name and address:









Competent authority at the landing site


Office of destination authorization number:



(The local fisheries inspectorate):


Place of destination - approval no .:



Competent authority at the landing site:
















_________________________________


________________________



Company manager's signature


Sending Date



Signature of the food business operator


Date of dispatch




II. RELAYING FOR MICROBIOLOGICAL CLEANING

Relaying WITH A VIEW TO MICROBIOLOGICAL PURIFICATION



Quantity mussels mm:


Receipt Date:



Quantity bivalve molluscs etc .:


Date of receipt:



Duration of relaying:


Ship Date:



Duration of relaying:


Date of dispatch:



Production area number:


Relaying number:



Number of the production area:


Number of the relaying area:



Breeding Facility permit number:


Genudlægningsanlæggets authorization number:



Registration number of the aquaculture establishment:


Registration number of the aquaculture establishment tilladte for relaying in the water column:







farmed




Wild caught




Microbiological classification (A / B / C):






Aquaculture



Wild fisheries



Microbiological classification (A / B / C):






Position the harvesting of wild caught after relaying (set in the WGS 84 system in degrees and decimal minutes with 3 decimals at harvest start and close of each consecutive hour harvest in progress):
Relaying position (wild fisheries):




































(Positions must by lack of space above given in WGS 84 system at an additional annex to this registration document. The positions can be specified by a GPS print. The annex or GPS printout should follow the registration document until the treatment plant dispatch center, relaying area or undertaking treating mussels mm)



Responsible for relaying - name and address:




Responsible for relaying - name and address:









Destination - name and address:





Place of destination - name and address:








Competent authority at the landing site:


Office of destination authorization number:



Competent authority at the landing site:


Place of destination - approval no .:















___________________________________


____________________________



Company manager's signature


Signature Date



Signature of the food business operator


Date of signature



III. CLEANING
PURIFICATION



Quantity mussels mm:


Receipt Date:



Quantity bivalve molluscs etc .:


Date of receipt:



Duration of treatment:


Ship Date:



Duration of purification:


Date of dispatch:



Wastewater treatment plants - name and address:




Purification centers - name and address:








Destination - name and address:




Place of destination - name and address:








Cleaning Facility Approval number:


Office of destination authorization number:



Purification centers - approval no .:


Place of destination - approval no .:








Competent authority on the treatment plant:




Competent authority to the purification centers:












______________________________________


_________________________



Company manager's signature


Signature Date



Signature of the food business operator


Date of signature



IV. DISPATCH CENTER
DISPATCH CENTRE



Quantity mussels mm:


Receipt Date:



Quantity bivalve molluscs etc .:


Date of receipt:





Ship Date:





Date of dispatch:



Dispatch center - name and address:




Dispatch centers - name and address:








Destination - name and address:




Place of destination - name and address:








Dispatch center's permit number:


Office of destination authorization number:



Dispath center - approval no .:


Place of destination - approval no .:







Competent authority at dispatch center:




Competent authority at the dispatch centers:












____________________________________


_________________________



Company manager's signature


Signature Date



Signature of the food business operator


Date of signature



DVFA - Danish Veterinary and Food Administration
Mørkhøj Bygade 19, DK-2860 Søborg, E-mail: FVST@FVST.dk
Tel .: (+45) 33 95 60 00, Fax: (+45) 33 95 60 01





official notes

1) This Executive Order contains provisions that implement Commission Decision no. 2002/226 / EC establishing special health checks for the harvesting and processing of certain bivalve molluscs with a level of amnesic shellfish poison (ASP) exceeding the limit laid down in Council Directive 91/492 / EEC (Official Journal 2002 L 75, p. 65), and provisions that implement parts of European Parliament and Council Directive 2005/36 / EC of 7 september 2005 on the recognition of professional qualifications ( Official Journal 2005, L 255, p. 22). Order supplements and also includes certain provisions of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 852/2004 of 29 April 2004 on the hygiene of foodstuffs, as corrected 25 June 2004 (Official Journal 2004 L 226, p. 3) and 4 august 2007 (Official Journal 2007 L 204, p. 26), and as last amended by European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 219/2009 of 11 March 2009 (Official Journal 2009, L 87, p. 109), the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 853/2004 of 29 april 2004 laying down specific hygiene rules for food of animal origin, as corrected 25 June 2004 (Official Journal 2004 L 226, p. 22) and 4 august 2007 (Official Journal 2007 L 204, p. 26), and as last amended by European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 219/2009 of 11 March 2009 (EU -Tidende 2009 L 87, p. 109), the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 854/2004 of 29 april 2004 laying down specific rules for the organization of official controls on products of animal origin for human consumption, as amended on 25 . June 2004 (Official Journal 2004 L 226, p. 83) and 4 august 2007 (Official Journal 2007 L 204, p. 26), and as last amended by European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 219/2009 of 11 March 2009 (official Journal 2009, L 87, p. 109), the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no. 882/2004 of 29 april 2004 on official controls to ensure the verification of compliance with feed and food law, animal health and welfare rules, as amended on 28 May 2004 (Official Journal 2004 L 191, p. 1) and 4 august 2007 (Official Journal 2007 L 204, p . 29) and as last amended by Commission Regulation (EC) no. 1029/2008 of 20 October 2008 (Official Journal 2008 L 278, p. 6) Commission Regulation (EC) no. 2073/2005 of 15 . november 2005 on microbiological criteria for foodstuffs (Official Journal 2005, L 338, p. 1), as corrected 10 October 2006 (Official Journal 2006 L 278, p. 32), and as amended by Commission Regulation ( EC) no. 1441/2007 of 5 december 2007 (Official Journal 2007 L 322, p. 12), as well as transitional and implementing the provisions of these regulations. According to Art. 249 of the EC Treaty, a regulation applicable in all Member States. The reproduction of these provisions is solely based on practical considerations and does not affect those regulations are directly applicable, in Denmark.