10 Ways to Protect your Organization from Food Fraud

The majority of food fraud incidents do not pose a public health risk but the potential for harm is still present. What’s more, the risk to your brand is substantial.

There are many different forms of food fraud and effective risk mitigation has become a strategic priority.

Brian Neal, Technical Manager for SAI Global, defines food fraud, allocation of responsibilities, key areas to watch for food fraud and tips for risk mitigation.

Agenda:

  • Food fraud – definition and understanding Impacts of food fraud
  • High risk areas
  • Tips for risk mitigation
  • Using certification to support mitigating food fraud risks


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