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Climate change to increase aflatoxins with children particularly at risk, EFSA warns

EFSA consults on draft opinion on public health risks from aflatoxins in food that flags up concerns about their presence in baby and toddler foods

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The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) is warning that climate change will increase the prevalence of aflatoxins in food and the consequent risk from the carcinogenic moulds, particularly for babies and toddlers.


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