Request for Comments: Section Draft of ISO 22000 Food Safety Management and Cybersecurity

Please comment on this draft book section on ISO 22000 Food Safety Management and Cybersecurity. As a food safety manager, what is your role? Do you have a role? Are you compliant with ISO 22000 and related laws, regulations, standards, and certifications? If you would like to read […]

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Food Fraud Prevention Textbook – Now Over 2.4 Million Chapters Downloaded!

The Food Fraud Prevention textbook has over 2.4 million chapters downloaded! With nineteen chapters, that is equivalent to 126k full books downloaded. Researchers are finding this resource since many of those downloads are through university libraries. Order book here: https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-1-4939-9621-6?utm_medium=affiliate&utm_source=commission_junction_authors&utm_campaign=3_nsn6445_deeplink_PID9101220&utm_content=deeplink I first approached Springer Publishing in 2013 about

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REVIEW – UK Parliament Report on Food Fraud (POSTNOTE No. 624, Food Fraud)

This is an important report since it is the UK Parliament providing insight to their Members of Parliament. This is a foundation document that presents the UK Parliament’s thinking – and possible direction – regarding food fraud public policy setting. The report emphasized prevention, public-private collaboration, and building

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Food Standards Scotland and UK FSA Conference Summary: “Food Authenticity and Crime”

This conference summary provides important insight on enforcement and prosecution of food fraud prevention. Leaders from the Food Standards Scotland (FSS) and UK Food Standards Agency (UK FSA) provided specific strategies and priorities. I presented a country-level vulnerability assessment method. The UK Global Food Safety Incidents and Emergency

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TAKE THE SURVEY – Update 2021 – Food Fraud Annual Update Compliance Confidence

SURVEY OPEN: Food Fraud Annual Update Compliance Confidence survey 2021. We’re evaluating the implementation progress as we’re entering the fourth year of GFSI compliance requirements. A key focus will be the maturity of the prevention strategies and adoption of management systems. Please participate and share when applicable. SURVEY

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FDA Public Meeting on Food E-Commerce (Part 7): A Country-Level Vulnerability Assessment Example

Every food company has experienced the rapid evolution of e-commerce. While B2C e-commerce is a broad category, the FDA Public Meeting emphasizes “e.g., produce and meal kit subscription services, ghost kitchens, dark stores.” FDA also mentioned types of delivery models, “e.g., third-party delivery, autonomous delivery models.” This post

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EXCERPT – Food Fraud Prevention Textbook – Fraudsters and Counterfeiters as Competitors

Attached is an excerpt from my 2019 Food Fraud Prevention textbook that presents the consideration of fraudsters or counterfeiters as just another market competitor. To clarify, this is to consider the selection of countermeasures and control systems that reduce the business opportunity for the criminal fraudster. When considering

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FDA Public Meeting on Food E-Commerce (Part 6): Definitions for “Produce and Meal Kit Subscription Services, Ghost Kitchens, Dark Stores.”

Every food company has experienced the rapid evolution of e-commerce. While B2C e-commerce is a broad category, the FDA Public Meeting emphasizes “e.g., produce and meal kit subscription services, ghost kitchens, dark stores.” FDA also mentioned types of delivery models, “e.g., third-party delivery, autonomous delivery models.” This post

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