may contain the following mycotoxins and/or their metabolites:

Ochratoxin A

incidence: 4/22, sa. const.: people of Germany, contamination: natural, conc. range: <0.06–0.13 ng/ml, Ø conc.: 0.11 ng/ml, country: Germany


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