Research – Aflatoxins threaten food security for millions in East Africa

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As the planet heats up, a type of mycotoxin called “aflatoxin” is increasingly affecting maize and peanut crops in East Africa — vital crops that hundreds millions of people on the continent depend on for nutrition and calories. If eaten, they can be deadly and lead to disease. But they aren’t easy to detect.

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