The presence of aflatoxins in staple crops is a real threat to food security. 95% of children in Africa have aflatoxin in their body according to the FAO. And for processors such as Guinness Ghana Limited, issues of aflatoxin in grains have become a major concern. The Company is strict on the levels of aflatoxin in sorghum before they buy from Faranaya and other suppliers. High levels of aflatoxin in sorghum have mainly been the reasons why both Guinness Ghana and Faranaya reject sorghum form farmers. As a result farmer incomes are reduced since they are not able to sell sorghum with high Aflatoxin rates.Aflatoxins are produced by certain molds, which grow in soil. They are regularly found in staple commodities such as corn, peanuts or sorghum.