July 16, 2024

Frozen Pacific Fusion Tuna Steaks Recalled For Histamines

Frozen Pacific Fusion tuna steaks are being recalled for elevated histamine levels, which can cause an allergic reaction called scombroid fish poisoning. Symptoms of this reaction can include tingling and burning in the mouth, facial swelling, hives, itchy skin, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. These symptoms typically appear within minutes to several hours after eating contaminated fish. One consumer complaint triggered this recall. If these symptoms are severe, medical treatment should be sought. The recalling firm is Relish Foods of El Segundo, California. The recalled item is Frozen Pacific Fusion Tuna Steaks that are packaged in 10 ounce containers. They were sold in Northern California and were made for sale at Save Mart Supermarkets and Lucky Stores from October 6, 2021 … [Read more...]

Kandy Tuna Dry Fish Recalled in Canada For Histamine

Kandy Tuna Dry Fish is being recalled in Canada for histamine, which can cause illness. Histamine is an amine that can cause scombroid food poisoning, which is and allergic reaction. High levels of histamine can cause diarrhea, burning throat, dizziness, facial swelling, headache, vomiting, flushing of the face and body, and a peppery taste in the mouth. Most people recover within a day or two after this reaction, but some people may need medical care. Foods that are contaminated with high levels of histamine will not look, taste, or smell spoiled but can make you sick. And histamines are not destroyed by heat. Bacteria that are naturally occurring in fish break down and amino acid in the fish muscles. 'The production of histamine is directly related to the mishandling of food as a … [Read more...]

Tuna King Medallions Recall For Elevated Histamine Levels Expanded

Northern Fisheries of Little Compton, Rhode Island is expanding their recall of frozen, wild-caught yellowfin Tuna King Medallions for elevated histamine levels to include products that were sold directly to consumers. Apparently there was an earlier recall of these products that were sold to institutions or restaurants, but we could not locate it on the FDA recall page. Elevated histamine levels in seafood can produce an allergic reaction called scombroid fish poisoning. Symptoms of this reaction can include tingling or burning sensations in the mouth, facial swelling, nausea, rash, hives, itchy skin, vomiting, and diarrhea. These symptoms usually begin a few minutes to a few hours after eating fish that contains too much histamine. Most people recover without medical treatment, but … [Read more...]

Two Seafood Products Recalled in Canada for Histamine

Two seafood products are being recalled in Canada for histamines, according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. Histamines in fish can cause a form of food poisoning called scombroid poisoning, which is sometimes confused with an allergic reaction to fish. There have been reported illnesses associated with the consumption of blue marlin loins and the blue marlin used to make the recalled skewers, as identified below. The recalls were triggered by consumer complaints. Inadequate refrigeration or spoiled fish increase the levels of bacteria in the product that converts histidine to high levels of histamine. Symptoms of scombroid poisoning include wheezing, headache, nausea, burning sensation in the mouth, flushing of the face and body, abdominal cramps, fainting, blurred vision, … [Read more...]

Fish Lands Top Spots in CDC Food Poisoning Study

Fish and marine toxins are the food/pathogen combination responsible for the most food poisoning outbreaks, according to a new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Fish contaminated with scombroid toxin and ciguatera took the top two spots on the study's list of the most pathogen /commodity pairings that caused the most outbreaks, beating out Salmonella on poultry, norovirus on leafy greens. Although the fish/marine toxin combo took the top two spots on the pathogen /commodity pairings that caused the most outbreaks, they didn't rank at all in terms of the pairing that caused the most illnesses (norovirus and leafy vegetables), hospitalizations (Salmonella and fruits/nuts) or deaths (Listeria and poultry.) So what are these marine toxins and what happens to you … [Read more...]

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