These are all the posts that have been tagged with food fraud.
A new Campden BRI consultation identifies the challenges that the food industry will need to tackle using science and technology.
With the Expo FoodTec Pavilion and its new Content Hub, this year’s Food ingredients Europe is set to offer a vast range of packaging, machinery, processing and consultancy services.
The UK is facing the greatest threat to the integrity of its food supply since World War II, food security expert Professor Chris Elliott has warned.
The recently published NFU Mutual Food Fraud Report 2017 reveals that 63% of consumers would blame producers for cases of food fraud, rather than retailers, distributors or farmers.
Ecovia Intelligence (formerly Organic Monitor) says that the growing market for sustainable and premium foods is bringing greater risks of food fraud.
Two men have been imprisoned for defrauding consumers by labelling horsemeat products as beef.
The Institute for Global Food Security at Queen’s University Belfast will lead one of the world’s largest food safety projects across Europe and China.
The Scottish Food Crime Unit, part of Food Standards Scotland (FSS), carried out a roadshow this week to raise awareness of the different types of food fraud, its potential seriousness and how to report it.
Delegates will gather next week at the City Food Lecture 2017 to discuss the question, does it matter where our food comes from?
With some uncertainty about sustainability in the year ahead, Organic Monitor has given its predictions for sustainable foods in 2017.
Campden BRI has been chosen to provide technical and administrative support to the Food Industry Intelligence Network (FIIN).
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Food and beverage manufacturers are being urged to learn from the UK pharmaceutical sector in order to improve traceability within the supply chain, as the cost of food fraud in the UK rises to £11.2 billion per year.
Icicle Technologies has announced the integration of inventory management into its advanced food safety management system Icicle.