Various media reports can be used to inform food fraud vulnerability assessments.
The latest food fraud incidents highlight the range of food products prone to fraud: Wine, liquor, extra virgin olive oil, produce, milk, eggs, meat and octopus.
Businesses must be attuned to the issues that natural ingredients can bring to the table.
Some of the most fraudulent labels include organic, free range, wild caught and halal.
Guaranteeing product integrity is more important than ever for food manufacturers and suppliers.
Across the globe, foods from rice to wine to vanilla beans to tuna have been affected.
Food Fraud Database Expert, Karen Everstine, PhD MPH, Senior Manager Scientific Affairs, answers questions around the FDA’s Intentional Adulteration Rule and your facility’s GFSI Compliance.
The database helps companies make decisions about food fraud vulnerability and economically motivated adulteration.
This year’s Food Safety Supply Chain conference delivered on providing FDA perspective and stakeholder insight about regulatory challenges, strategies and innovative technologies.
AFSAP will bring together FDA, accreditation bodies, certification bodies and other stakeholders at the event.