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1The maximum levels refer to the edible portion of groundnuts and nuts. If groundnuts and nuts "in the shell" are analyzed, then all of the aflatoxin contamination is assumed to be on the edible portion.

2The maximum level in the dry matter.

3The maximum level is in the product ready to use, i.e., marketed as such or after reconstitution as instructed by the manufacturer.

4The maximum level is in the product ready to use, i.e., marketed as such or reconstituted as instructed by the manufacturer, for milk and milk products. For other products the maximum level is in the dry matter.

1The maximum levels refer to the edible portion of groundnuts and nuts. If groundnuts and nuts "in the shell" are analyzed, then all of the aflatoxin contamination is assumed to be on the edible portion.

2The maximum level in the dry matter.

3The maximum level is in the product ready to use, i.e., marketed as such or after reconstitution as instructed by the manufacturer.

4The maximum level is in the product ready to use, i.e., marketed as such or reconstituted as instructed by the manufacturer, for milk and milk products. For other products the maximum level is in the dry matter.

in foods. In these cases, the maximum aflatoxins levels have been determined by taking into consideration the possible effects of various treatments for groundnuts, nuts, dried fruit and maize and the need to comply after treatment with the maximum limits fixed for these products intended for direct human consumption or for use as an ingredient in a food.

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