RASFF Alerts – Histamine – Tuna Loins – Skipjack Tuna in Sunflower Oil – Yellow Fin Tuna – Skipjack Tuna in Vegetable Oil – Chilled Sardines

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RASFF – foodborne outbreak caused by histamine (623 mg/kg – ppm) in defrosted tuna loins (Thunnus albacares) from Spain in Spain

RASFF-foodborne outbreak suspected (histamine poisoning) to be caused by skipjack tuna pieces in sunflower oil from France, with raw material from Thailand in the Netherlands

RASFF-foodborne outbreak caused by histamine (up to 4058 ppm) in thawed yellowfin tuna slices (Thunnus albacares) from Italy in Italy

RASFF-histamine (244 mg/kg – ppm) in canned skipjack tuna in vegetable oil from Vietnam in Slovenia

RASFF-histamine (535 mg/kg – ppm) in chilled sardines from France in France

RASFF-histamine (886.7 mg/kg – ppm) in thawed vacuum-packed yellowfin tuna loins from Spain in Italy

RASFF-histamine (1849 mg/kg – ppm) in thawed vacuum packed yellowfin tuna slices (Thunnus albacares) from Italy in Italy

RASFF-histamine (220; 392 mg/kg – ppm) in frozen vacuum-packed yellowfin tuna fillets from Spain in Italy

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