A paper, written by two RHM Technology scientists, reviewing the current state of knowledge on food processing and trichothecene mycotoxins, has just been published (Toxicology Letters (2004) 153, 51-59).

Trichothecenes (including deoxynivalenol) frequently occur in cereal grains intended for food production. The process of converting grains into food and drink for consumers can have significant effects on the levels of toxins in final food products. Please contact RHM Technology’s Mycotoxin Team if you would like to find out more about the potential risks of trichothecene mycotoxins in your products.