Determination of Formaldehyde in Seafood and Food Products at Somdet Market, Kalasin Province

Determination of Formaldehyde in Seafood and Food Products at Somdet Market, Kalasin Province

Formaldehyde or formalin, which is acceptably assimilated, is deeply damaging. The aim of this study was to analyse formalin sulfated in fish and solidified meat. In Kalasin Province, the method was to pick samples. Examples were individual mackerel, fresh squid, solidified chicken, Saba fish, Shishamo fish, Jelly fish, Cockle, Clams, Squid, shrimp, White shrimp and Dolly fish. The techniques were to analyse the titration and formalin test kit for formaldehyde. The system of titration used formic corrosive in soluble arrangement by the abundance of iodine. Law No.151 (B.E.2536) was issued by the Ministry of Public Health’s Formalin test unit to test formalin-debased foods. The findings showed that formaldehyde was 288 mg/L, 228 mg/L, 293 mg/L, 77 mg/L, 282 mg/L, 180 mg/L, 120 mg/L, 48 mg/L, 229 mg/L, 294 mg/L, 295 mg/L and 293 mg/L in mackerel, fresh squid, solidified chicken, saba fish, shishamo fish, jellyfish, cockle, shellfish, squid, white shrimp and cart fish in three duplicates. The test unit for formalin was to assess that all examples were infected with formalin. Furthermore, the formalin stature defiled in white shrimp, the second was shrimp and cart fish, the third was solidified chicken, the fourth was mackerel, the fifth was Shishamo fish, the sixth was squid, the seventh was new squid, jellyfish was the eighth, cockle was the ninth, Saba fish was the 10th, and shellfish was the latter. Formaldehyde arranged by the World Health Organization was cancer-causing for individuals, circumspectly that there was fair evidence for exacting malignancy of depression in individuals.

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Theeranat Suwanaruang
Faculty of Science and Health Technology, Kalasin University, Kalasin, Thailand.

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