Tackling food fraud: Campden BRI seminar
The authenticity of raw materials and food ingredients remains very high profile following the publication of the "Elliott Report". Changes to the BRC's Global Food Safety Standard and recommendations of the Global Food Safety Initative (GFSI) require companies to undertake vulnerability assessment, with due diligence testing of at risk materials, to ensure the authenticity and integrity of food. Recently, issues have been identified with herbs and spices, wine, vegetable oils and dairy products, amongst others.
New rapid methods have the potential for use by operators in-house, rather than at an external laboratory. This Campden BRI seminar, to be held on Friday 13th May, will focus on topical food fraud and authenticity issues, and detection approaches to help you keep one step ahead of future problems.