Mycotoxins in Food News
News published on September 8, 2005:
Feed and oil millers, quality control managers of food products even ordinary farmers will have the rare opportunity to learn the impact of Mycotoxin on their farm produce.
Mycotoxin is a toxin which comes fr...
PIA Information Service
News published on July 19, 2005:
Research and Markets has announced the addition of Mycotoxins in Food: Detection and Control to their offering.
Mycotoxins, toxic compounds produced by fungi, pose a significant contamination risk in both an...
Research and Markets
News published on May 19, 2005:
In a week that has seen silagemaking get underway in earnest across Northern Ireland, the threat posed by Mycotoxins to the local dairy industry has been highlighted in a very clear cut and meaningful way.
News published on April 5, 2005:
Miscarriages and infants born with neural tube defects are just two of the possible risks for pregnant women who consume corn that has been contaminated by the mycotoxin fumonisin produced by species of Fusariu...
News published on March 24, 2005:
UK food agency finds high levels of the mycotoxins aflatoxin and ochratoxin A in the spice supply chain.
Prompted by the discovery of high levels of potential carcinogenic aflatoxins in its popular paprika s...
News published on February 10, 2005:
Minister for Health, Professor Eyitayo Lambo, has revealed that international apprehension has began on Aflatoxin contamination, which has been discovered to pose major health hazards to human and animal.
News published on January 6, 2005:
Illegal red colour in palm oils, salmonella in tortillas and listeria in smoked salmon all featured on the EU’s food-linked risk alert system at the end of the year.
The year finished as it started, with foo...
Food Production Daily
News published on November 29, 2004:
Food safety reaffirmed with infant foods in the UK strapped into the legal limits for fungal contamination, finds a recent survey from the UK’s food watchdog.
The Food Standards Agency has just completed tes...
Food Production Daily
News published on November 11, 2004:
VICAM, a world leader in agricultural biotechnology and bioseparations, felt a duty to alert all sectors (industry, government, NGO's) to the important European Union decision setting a maximum level of ochrato...
News published on September 24, 2004:
Starving families in Kilifi have been warned against eating maize collected from dumps.
Speaking yesterday, Coast medical officer Anderson Kahindi said the maize was contaminated with the deadly aflatoxin mo...