As China deals with the impacts of covid and rural flooding, food prices are set to rise, opening up opportunities for fraudsters.
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Inspired by new research, Professor Chris Elliott questions whether our lack of micronutrients should be another focal point for the National Food Strategy.
During the coronavirus pandemic, food fraud has been on the rise – but this is just the beginning, warns Professor Chris Elliott.
In a recent webinar hosted by New Food in association with Waters, Professor Chris Elliott of Queen’s University Belfast described how food integrity encompasses so much more than protection against food fraud. Here he shares the highlights…
Professor Chris Elliott points out the herd of elephants in the room that have appeared since the coronavirus pandemic.
A chicken farm, which claimed to be supplying 'free range' produce, has had its licence suspended after activists discovered animals in awful conditions. Professor Chris Elliott gives his thoughts on the matter...
Ahead of New Food's March conference, Professor Chris Elliott discusses the '7 principles of food integrity'