Mycotoxins are toxic compounds produced by certain types of fungi. These fungi and the mycotoxins they produce can contaminate a variety of food and crops, including nuts, cereals, and spices, posing a serious threat to human and animal health. Mycotoxins can cause a range of health problems, from acute toxicity to chronic diseases, including cancer. In this white paper, we will discuss the dangers of mycotoxins in food, how to test for them and the measures that can be taken to mitigate the risk of contamination.

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  • What are mycotoxins and why are they of concern?
  • How prevalent are mycotoxins?
  • Which Mycotoxins are of particular concern and in which crops, foods, and feeds?
  • What are the regulatory requirements?
  • How to manage mycotoxin risks with risk-based sampling and analysis