INVITATION – IAFP Food Fraud Professional Development Group Monthly Web Meetings

Welcome to the IAFP Food Fraud Prevention Professional Development Group (PDG). The monthly web meetings start on Friday, March 8, 2024, at 9 am USA Eastern Time. Log in to your International Association for Food Prevention (IAFP) account to access the information and web link. IAFP Member Access […]

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NEW EVENT: Live, Scheduled, Online MoocLive “Webinar B” – Food Fraud Supply Chain Management/ Procurement and Food Fraud Audit Guide Courses

Our Food Fraud Prevention Supply Chain Management & Procurement MOOC and our Food Fraud Audit Guide MOOC will be combined and offered as a live, scheduled, online webinar – MoocLive. The live lectures will include interactive discussions and a Food Fraud Trends Update summary. Attendees will receive a

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Scope and Resources for an Effective and Efficient Food Fraud-Related Audit/ Inspection/ Investigation/ Prosecution

Especially with recent incidents and the pressure of supply chain challenges and inflation, there is an increased focus on food fraud in audits and inspections – and possibly for investigations and prosecutions too. Fortunately, industry processes are already in place, and audit/ auditor education and training resources are

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Government Activity Is Most Efficient When Focused on Prevention … Including for Food Fraud

Government activity – public health, criminology, supply chain resilience – is primarily judged on quantitative outcomes such as the number of illnesses or crime events. The most efficient preventive measure is to ensure that risk assessments and prevention plans are in place… including for food fraud prevention. [NOTE:

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Food Fraud Prevention in the US Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) and the Food, Drug & Cosmetics Act (FDCA)

Did you know that food fraud has been clearly illegal under US food laws since at least 1938? Did you know that it is a compliance requirement to conduct a food fraud hazard analysis? The regulatory text is provided below, including ‘adulterated foods’ and also ‘misbranded foods.’ FSMA

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Reliance on Incomplete or Uncertain Data Sets is an Achilles Heel of Enhanced Traceability, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Can you trust your data? How much do you need to trust your data? What is the error rate in your data set (e.g., credit card companies expect a 1-3% fraud rate)? The answer to these questions is based on how you respond to the findings. There is

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ANNOUNCEMENT – Join Us for the 3rd Food Fraud Prevention Certification Workshop at the Food Safety Summit

Have you been waiting for a convenient opportunity to learn more about food fraud prevention? Consider our 3rd Food Fraud Prevention Certificate Workshop at the Food Safety Summit (May 6, 2024, in Rosemont/ Chicago). This in-person workshop includes compliance requirements and an introduction to vulnerability assessment. Attending In-Person

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