Khanom Chan Ab or Tae Liao dessert

Chinese people often eat it with tea on auspicious days, such as paying homage to the gods in various festivals.

and wedding

Especially during the Chinese New Year, Khanom Chan Ab is a must-have dessert for paying homage to the gods.

The main components of Khanom Jan Ab are cut beans, sesame seeds, puffed rice, white-red sugar coated peanuts and candied squash.

or poorly preserved, such as keeping it in a wet place

not clean before being used to produce Khanom Chan Ab

May cause fungal toxins, such as aflatoxins, are contaminated. Aflatoxins are toxins that are commonly found in grains.

Dried beans such as corn, sorghum, rice, wheat, peanuts and dry foods such as copra, herbs and spices.

the food we eat daily

This toxic substance should not be found contaminated.

because it is a carcinogen

Most of them cause liver cancer.

and in other organs such as kidneys, respiratory system, gastrointestinal system, nervous system, reproductive system

and immune system

If we receive a large amount of this type of toxin

or even a small amount but received regularly

It can accumulate in the body and cause seizures, difficulty breathing, liver damage, heart and brain swelling.

According to Thai law, Notification of the Ministry of Public Health, No. 414, B.E. 2563 on standards for contaminated food.

Set food to contain aflatoxin contaminants not more than 20 micrograms per kilogram.

During this year's Chinese New Year

The Food Institute randomly sampled 5 samples of Janab dessert from 4 shops and 1 brand sold in Bangkok and its vicinity.

To be analyzed for contaminated aflatoxin, the results showed that all 5 samples were not contaminated with aflatoxin at all.

Thai Rath + Food Institute for food safety project