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Agricultural Product To Control Aflatoxin In Crops Launched

Modern Ghana (press release) (blog) - Jun 30, 2018
Aflasafe GH02, a new agricultural bio control product to help manage aflatoxin contamination in crops and poultry was launched in Accra to ensure food security and food safety in Africa including Ghana. Aflasafe GH02, developed by International ...

Combating deadly aflatoxin in Ghana's food, the Aflasafe GH02 solution

Graphic Online - Jun 25, 2018
Ghana receives persistent notifications from the Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed, a system that reports food safety issues within the European Union, on excessive aflatoxin levels in foods including groundnut, groundnut butter, maize meal and Kenkey.

Aflatoxin B1 in getreidebasierter Babynahrung aus der Schweiz

CleanKids-Magazin - Jul 14, 2018
Das europäische Schnellwarnsystem für Lebensmittel und Futtermittel (Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed, RASFF) warnt aktuell (Notification details – 2018.1986) vor Aflatoxin B1 (B1 = 0.18µg/kg-ppb) in getreidebasierter Babynahrung aus der Schweiz.

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University of Arkansas plant pathologists are advising farmers on how to prevent the fungal disease aflatoxin from damaging their crop.