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Cavos Tuna Market Re-call After Histamine Warning Greece, September 10, 13

Greek food watchdog EFET said Friday that it had asked retailers and shopkeepers for cans of Cavos tuna in oil to be removed from their shelves after it was found to contain high levels of scombrotoxin, also known as histamine.

If scombrotoxin is consumed in large enough amounts, it can cause some level of food poisoning.

EFET advised consumers who had bought the tuna not to eat it.