Rhea SanjivChhay, JohnO'Brien, EndaCummins

05/08/2021

Feed to fork risk assessment of mycotoxins on food safety

Changing weather conditions, influenced by climate change, is driving the production of Mycotoxins in different feed and foodstuffs, including animal products. These toxins have been linked to various human health issues, including reduced immunity and liver cancer.

The review identifies scientific gaps including the need for better integration of mycotoxin predictive models, risk assessment and climate change variables to better understand potential climate change influences on food safety.

Creme Global was published in the international peer-reviewed Journal Science Direct.

 

Learn how:

  • Climate change is expected to impact mycotoxin levels in animal feed and products.
  • Climate change effects on risk assessments and prediction models are reviewed.
  • Mycotoxin contamination in cereals is expected to increase in the future.
    Integration of risk assessment and predictive models is required.

Authors: Rhea Sanjiv Chhay, John O’Brien, Enda Cummins.

 

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mycotoxins under climate change influences
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