A combine harvester loads harvested maize onto a truck in Uasin Gishu County last year. Millers have been accused of deliberately buying bad maize, which is cheaper, in order to cut costs. 

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Rogue maize millers put profit above consumers’ health

Rogue millers are deliberately processing aflatoxin-contaminated maize and putting it on shop shelves for quick gains, market surveillance data has revealed.


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