Mycotoxin contamination of crops and food threatens human, animal, and economic health. To protect human and animal health, testing is required. However, mycotoxin testing is challenging and getting more complex owing to increasingly stringent regulations, emerging mycotoxins, and the drive for greater testing productivity. Here we discuss how advanced detection tools and workflows can help testing labs overcome these challenges to better protect global food safety.
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The agency is taking steps to reduce exposure to toxic elements in food.
The agency is not requesting a recall because the affected products are no longer available for consumers to purchase.