RASFF Alerts – Histamine – Outbreak from Tuna in Spain and Italy – Chilled Mackerel – Tuna in Sunflower Oil

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RASFF – histamine (between 1833 and 3927 mg/kg – ppm) in chilled vacuum-packed yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) from Spain in Italy

RASFF-foodborne outbreak (suspected to be scombroid food poisoning) caused by chilled tuna from Spain in Italy

RASFF-histamine in chilled mackerel from Spain in the Netherlands

RASFF-food poisoning suspected (histamine) to be caused by thawed yellowfin tuna loins from Spain in Spain

RASFF-histamine (266 mg/kg – ppm) in canned skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus [Euthynnus] pelamis) solid pack in sunflower oil from Vietnam in the Netherlands

RASFF-foodborne outbreak suspected (histamine) to be caused by frozen tuna chunks (Thunnus albacares) from Spain in Italy

 

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