Seafood stalls and restaurants stopped selling scallops yesterday as wholesalers suspended supplies following the food poisoning cases. The number of markets identified to have sold contaminated shellfish rose from five to 10 yesterday. A seafood seller at Tai Shing Market, Wong Tai Sin, said she had not sold a single scallop, although she normally enjoyed a daily turnover of $5,000 from the shellfish alone. A stall keeper at the Wan Chai wet market said he could not sell scallops even if he wanted to. 'Scallop stocks are just not available from the various wholesalers that we do business with,' he explained. June Chan, owner of the Ping Kee seafood store at the Pei Ho Street Market in Shamshuipo said other seafoods were unaffected, even though scallops were out. 'Only scallops have problems; that shouldn't affect other shellfish,' she said. Most of the seafood restaurants in Sai Kung had also pulled scallops from their menus. It was the same for restaurateurs and operators in Lau Fau Shan and Yuen Long.