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Recall of Mas-River Fried Dace update

The UK FSA has issued a food alert to confirm that Tins of Mas-River branded Fried Dace are being recalled by the UK importer Oriental Merchant (Europe) Ltd, because the product is from an unapproved establishment in Malaysia and high levels of histamine have been found in one batch. High levels of histamine can cause scombrotoxic fish poisoning if eaten. The Agency has issued a Food Alert for Action asking all authorities that may have distributors or retailers of this product in their areas to take action. The Food Alert for Action updates the Product Recall Information Notice issued on 19 January 2011, which can be found via the links in the alert.

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