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39 /^g/gm was the maximum amount occurring in hulls. 2 gm/kg total aflatoxin with shredded wheat. Wildman et ah (1967) also reported that apple, apricot, grape, grapefruit, mixed vegetable juice, orange, peach, pear, pineapple, and tomato juice drinks supported production of aflatoxins in amounts of 12 to 44/xg/ml. Likewise, sterilized beef pieces, beef infusion, and grape juice produced 11 to 34 /xg/gm, whereas raw foods such as cocoa bean, bread, grapes, and peanuts supported formation of 4 to 82 j^g/gm aflatoxins.