EXCERPT – Enabling the Shift to Prevention with Quality Control Metrics

‘Enabling the shift to prevention’ is challenging because, usually, there have been years of measuring success by the number of arrests, length of incarceration, or pounds of products seized. Shifting from reaction to prevention requires a new set of proactive success metrics. When creating a new food fraud …

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NEW PUBLICATION – Routine Activities Theory and Food Fraud Victimization – Update

Our recent consumer food fraud victimization publication has a renewed importance due to the increase in e-commerce and online shopping focus. COVID-19 drove consumers to unprecedented online purchases and e-commerce. There are ways that food companies can position their products to build consumer confidence and reduce the consumer’s …

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ANNOUNCEMENT – Food Fraud Prevention MOOC at the Food Safety Summit (May 9, 2022)

We are offering our first live, in-person Food Fraud Prevention MOOC program for this year’s Food Safety Summit. It will be held Monday, May 9, 2022, during the pre-conference workshop in Rosemont, Illinois. My co-instructor will be Dr. Roy Fenoff from The Citadel. Food Fraud Prevention Workshop at …

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Codex and Food Fraud: Public Comments for their Electronic Working Group, Fourth Draft

Attached you will find our response to the US Codex Delegation request for public comments to the Codex Alimentarius Electronic Work Group on Food Fraud. The most recent draft discussion paper has a noticeable shift to core food fraud concepts and prevention. To review our public comments, see: …

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Request for Comments: Section Draft for ISO 28000 Supply Chain Security for Cybersecurity and Food Fraud Prevention

Please comment on the linked draft book section on the International Standard Organization’s Supply Chain Security standard (ISO 28000). This book section was created to review guidance on supply chain cybersecurity and the application to food fraud prevention. It reviews Cybersecurity in ISO 28000 Supply Chain Security and …

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Book Review and Application to Ukraine/Russia: “Taste of War” by Collingham, 2012

The agriculture and food supply chain disruptions resulting from the Ukraine/Russia event have become a major concern. [1] A review of the book “Taste of War” reveals insight from the Vikings raiding the UK, Germany expanding its border in World War I, and Russia expanding eastward into Ukraine …

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