Food Fraud In-Depth Focus 2018

Posted: 21 August 2018 | | No comments yet

This issue of our Food Fraud supplement looks at fighting modern slavery in the supply chain, preventing imitation food and encouraging business to be aware of new risks such as cyber crime.

Food Fraud in depth focus 4 2018
  • Food for thought: modern slavery and the supply chain
    With new corporate reporting requirements coming into effect worldwide, what else can the industry do to combat human rights violations within the supply chain? Abigail McGregor, JP Wood and Jacob Smit look at the current picture.
  • Protecting the Big Cheese
    Stefano Berni of Grana Padano explains what’s involved in preventing a world-renowned brand from being fraudulently copied.
  • Wake up and smell the coffee
    Dr Kate Kemsley reports on how her team is using benchtop NMR to overturn conventional wisdom on the chemical composition of our favourite drinkable pick-me-up, making it easier to spot fraud.

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