The growing global epidemic of food fraud
Recent news headlines regarding the evidence of horsemeat in beef products has drawn worldwide attention to the growing problem of food fraud.
Instances of food fraud are on the increase, occurring on a global scale, and estimated to cost the world economy $49 billion (US) annually, a figure that is expected to rise.
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