Category Archives: Histamine

France – Product recall: FRECH SEAFOOD SEYCHELLES brand yellowfin tuna – Histamine

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Product recall: FRECH SEAFOOD SEYCHELLES brand yellowfin tuna

ENCOUNTERED PROBLEM

Presence of histamine

PROPOSED SOLUTION

Do not consume and return to the point of sale for reimbursement

FURTHER INFORMATION

▸ DLC
04/23/2021


▸ Start / end date of marketing
From 04/15/2021 to 04/16/2021



SUPER U PASSY dispensers


▸ Consumer service contact
0450782092


▸ Source
PASSYDIS SA SUPER U PASSY


Research – Histamine Control in Raw and Processed Tuna: A Rapid Tool Based on NIR Spectroscopy

MDPI

The present study was designed to investigate whether near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy with minimal sample processing could be a suitable technique to rapidly measure histamine levels in raw and processed tuna fish. Calibration models based on orthogonal partial least square regression (OPLSR) were built to predict histamine in the range 10–1000 mg kg−1 using the 1000–2500 nm NIR spectra of artificially-contaminated fish. The two models were then validated using a new set of naturally contaminated samples in which histamine content was determined by conventional high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) analysis. As for calibration results, coefficient of determination (r2) > 0.98, root mean square of estimation (RMSEE) ≤ 5 mg kg−1 and root mean square of cross-validation (RMSECV) ≤ 6 mg kg−1 were achieved. Both models were optimal also in the validation stage, showing r2 values > 0.97, root mean square errors of prediction (RMSEP) ≤ 10 mg kg−1 and relative range error (RER) ≥ 25, with better results showed by the model for processed fish. The promising results achieved suggest NIR spectroscopy as an implemental analytical solution in fish industries and markets to effectively determine histamine amounts. View Full-Text

RASFF Alert – Histamine – Frozen Mackerel

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histamine (800 mg/kg – ppm) in frozen mackerel (Scomber colias) from Morocco in Spain

Foodborne Outbreak – Histamine – Frozen Tuna Loins

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foodborne outbreak caused by histamine (420 mg/kg – ppm) in frozen tuna loins from Vietnam, via the Netherlands in Sweden

RASFF Alert – Histamine – Chilled Tuna Loins

European Food Alerts

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histamine (>1000 mg/kg – ppm) in chilled tuna loins from Sri Lanka in France

USA – Enforcement Report – Al-Riyan Tuna Meat in Vegetable oil 7 oz. can 48 cans per case – Histamine

FDA

Product Details

Product Description:Al-Riyan Tuna Meat in Vegetable oil 7 oz. can 48 cans per case

Reason for Recall:High levels of histamines

Product Quantity:1320 cases

Recall Number:F-0335-2021

Code Information:P: 07/07/20 E: 06/07/20

Classification:Class II

Event Details

Event ID:87417

Voluntary / Mandated:

Voluntary: Firm initiated

Product Type:Food

Initial Firm Notification of Consignee or Public:

Telephone

Status:

Ongoing

Distribution Pattern:CA, MI, TN, NY

Recalling Firm:GREEN CITY DISTRIBUTION

13250 Rotunda Dr
Dearborn, MI 48120-1230
United States

Recall Initiation Date:2/19/2021

Center Classification Date:3/9/2021

Date Terminated:

RASFF Alerts – Histamine – Canned Tuna – Food Poisoning from Yellowfin Tuna Loins

European Food Alerts

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histamine (1071 mg/kg – ppm) in canned tuna from Thailand in Germany

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food poisoning caused by histamine (280 mg/kg – ppm) in frozen yellowfin tuna loins from Vietnam, via the Netherlands in Italy

RASFF Alert – Histamine – Chilled Tuna Fillets in Olive Oil

European Food Alerts

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histamine (up to 974 mg/kg – ppm) in chilled tuna fillets in olive oil from Thailand in Germany

RASFF Alert – Histamine – Anchovy Fillets in Sunflower Oil

European Food Alerts

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histamine (517.1 mg/kg – ppm) in anchovy fillets in sunflower oil from Italy, with raw material from Croatia it Italy

Ireland – Recall of Two Batches of SuperValu Yellowfin Tuna Steaks Due to Possible Presence of Histamine

FSAI

Monday, 15 February 2021

Summary
Category 2: For Information
Alert Notification: 2021.17
Product: SuperValu Signature Taste Line Caught Yellowfin Tuna Steaks; pack size: 240g
Batch Code: Use-by dates: 16/02/2021 and 17/02/2021
Country Of Origin: Unknown

Message:

As a precaution, Supervalu is recalling the above two batches of its Signature Taste Yellowfin Tuna Steaks due to the possible presence of elevated histamine levels.  In some people, elevated levels of histamine can cause symptoms which are similar to those of an allergic reaction. Point-of-sale recall notices will be displayed in stores supplied with the implicated batches.

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