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Is aflatoxin a problem in peanuts?
Peanut and peanut butters are required to be inspected specifically for aflatoxin. It is no longer believed to be a concern in commercial preparations. It may be a problem if small private growers sell moldy nuts direct to small buyers, like health food stores, for sale as is or as peanut butter.
Many sea vegetables, and in particular bladderwrack, have many unique characteristics and properties and are used extensively as food in coastal cuisines around the world.
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