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Mycotoxin tolerances in foodstuffs


Mycotoxin tolerances in foodstuffs



Annales de la Nutrition et de L'alimentation 31(4-6): 411-414



ISSN/ISBN: 0003-4037

PMID: 613904

DOI: 10.1351/pac197749111719

Legislative action being taken in various countries regarding the control of mycotoxins in foods is discussed. So far only aflatoxin has been dealt with specifically and control has been limited in most countries to certain commodities likely to be heavily contaminated (oilseeds and derived products). The aflatoxin tolerances established for foods vary from 0 to 30-50 ppb.

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