Laboratory analytical methods are targeted by adulteration criminals.
Honey fraud continues to be widespread after low EU harvest.
Illegal pesticides pose health risks.
In up to 50% of milk thistle products, the labeling claims of active ingredients do not hold up to the actual product.
Fraudulent “Super-Tuscan” wine has been discovered.
Raspberry scam causes norovirus outbreak.
During this interactive session, attendees will learn how to protect their supply chain from fraud, the details of a food fraud vulnerability assessment and mitigation plan, and how to navigate these risks during challenging times.
Elderberry fraud is growing significantly.
Honey is the third most adulterated food item.
The Institute Of Global Food Security follows a two-tiered approach to detect food fraud.