Mycotoxins: Test your knowledge with a quiz
Mycotoxins are toxic secondary metabolites formed naturally by moulds on crops and forages in the field and during storage after harvest. In food and feed they pose a potential threat to human and animal health. Fusarium, Penicillum and Aspergillus moulds are the main sources producing a variety of different types of mycotoxins. [source]
At Unisensor, we are aware of these concerns. Our mission is to improve food safety with screening solutions to detect mycotoxins in dairy and cereals in the agro-food industry.