Conference Presentation Schedule: BRC/BRCGS (this Thursday), IAFP, and AOAC

The research-education-outreach cycle is sparked by hearing from other people. Each of my research projects started with someone who identified a real-world problem. If you are attending any of these events, let’s meet. My next public event is the BRC/ BRCGS Connect event in Toronto this Thursday and

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Food Fraud Professional Education: In-Person Seminars and Workshops for Completing Your Annual Compliance Requirements

Register now for the Food Fraud Annual Update Workshop to complete your program review and next steps. If you first need to prepare/complete your vulnerability assessment and prevention strategy, also register for the earlier Food Fraud Implementation Method Workshop. And if you need an introduction to the entire

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Food Safety Summit Review: Adapt Resources for Small, Very Small, and Start-up Companies

Since our session at the Food Safety Summit, our panelists have realized the opportunity and benefit of directly addressing small, very small, and start-up companies. For example, we can create a simple ‘start here’ video – or a ‘resource for small businesses – for food fraud prevention resources

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Review of our Food Safety Summit Session on Ranking and Evaluating Suppliers

Our simple session expanded to strategic concepts such as enterprise-wide governance, food safety issues within a broader Lean Six Sigma program and reviewing other industries. I appreciate our panelists taking the time to participate: Andrea Anase (PepsiCo), Donna Schaffner (Rutgers), Deb Kane (J&J Snack Foods) and Vera Petrova-Dickenson

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Food Fraud Prevention Strategy Annual Review – Start with a Food Fraud Gap Analysis

For a number of reasons – including inflation and global supply shortages – food fraud is becoming a hotter topic. Five years after the GFSI requirements were required, companies are realizing they should take another look at their food fraud prevention strategy. Now is a great time to

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