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Ochratoxin A in sweets, oil seeds and dairy products



Ochratoxin A in sweets, oil seeds and dairy products



Archiv fur Lebensmittelhygiene 51(4/5): 98-101



Contamination of foodstuffs in Germany with ochratoxin A was investigated. Less than 0.5 ng/g ochratoxin A was detected in >90% of the 1933 analysed trade samples originating from foods with cocoa ingredients including chocolate, snacks (bars, muesli, cornflakes and other breakfast cereals), crisps, nuts, dried fruit (excluding raisins, sultanas, currants), sweet sandwich spreads, puddings, creams, edible/cooking oil and oilseeds as well as dairy products with ingredients (spices).

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