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Effective from 1 February 2014

TASCC Scheme RulesHaulage Code of Practice

Storage Code of PracticeMerchanting Code of PracticeTesting Code of Practice

FEMAS Sector Notes 15 Maize Aflatoxin Monitoring Protocol

741kb PDF

This protocol gives requirements for sampling and analysis of maize and maize by-products from sources with a high risk of the presence of Aflatoxin B1 at levels above those permitted by EU legislation.

TASCC Code changes 1st February 2014

442kb PDF

A summary of the main changes to the TASCC codes of practice effective from 1st February 2014

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