Food Fraud Courses
Food Fraud: Definition
Food fraud is the deliberate and intentional substitution, addition, tampering or misrepresentation of food products or food ingredients. It is also when food products are mislabelled. Food fraud is becoming more and more prominent worldwide and results in billions of economic loss and brand reputation damages. It can sometimes even impact consumer health as when melamine has been added to baby milk to claim higher protein content in the product.
The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) has released new benchmarking requirements stating that adulteration and food fraud mitigation are integral parts of food safety management systems.
Eurofins Food Assurance's training offer covers:
- Food Authenticity.
- Food Fraud Database: Decernis Food Fraud Database is a critical resource for industry, regulators, and other stakeholders to inform risk-based decisions on food fraud vulnerability and mitigation. As collaborators, Decernis and Eurofins have combined their expertise to provide the food sector with specific tools for to combat food fraud.
- Food Fraud Ingredient Vulnerability Screen.
- Food Fraud Management Systems.
- Food Fraud Vulnerability and Mitigation.
- Risk Assessment.