During the coronavirus pandemic, food fraud has been on the rise – but this is just the beginning, warns Professor Chris Elliott.
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Law enforcement authorities reported the dismantling of 19 food and beverage crime groups, with huge seizures of animal food, alcohol and dairy products.
A peer-reviewed report has revealed that large quantities of head and up to one-fifth of Brazil's surging soy exports to the European Union are tainted by illegal deforestation.
A growing number of food producers have digital systems in place for track and trace, quality management and supply chain management.
Once inspections for small businesses begin in March 2021, the FDA will perform "quick checks” during regularly scheduled food safety inspections to identify potential breaches of the Intentional Adulteration rule.
While most of Scotland’s food industry remains legitimate, Food Standards Scotland has noted that there are a small minority of individuals ‘willing to cut corners and take advantage of the pandemic’.
A new report that examines consumer shopping habits has revealed a lack of trust in food and beverage brands and Government institutions, and also reveals what transparency means to today’s consumers.
With increased awareness of fraudulent food practices that affect businesses and consumers to varying degrees, comes a need to tackle them before they cause serious harm. New Food hears from two experts about new industry measures that aim to encourage whistleblowers to report without fear of consequence.
The US Food and Drug Administration has added QR codes to certain export certifications for food.
Ningjing Lui of Wageningen University & Research describes the specific composition properties of organic and non-organic milk in a hope to prevent food fraud.
Food scientist calls for FDA to establish reasonable standards for avocado oil as her study reveals shockingly high levels of mislabelling and adulteration.
The restaurant owners say they were unable to keep up with demand for their online promotion, resulting in guilty ruling of fraud from court in Thailand.
During its annual operation, Europol has seized 1,346 tonnes of illegal pesticides from across the European market.