Welcome to 2021! When reviewing 2020, we identified several of our scholarly articles that you may have missed. These are articles that have helpful or important concepts but have had a lower number of citations (the judgement of a scholarly impact factor is based on the number of citations in other Scopus listed scholarly journals). A detailed list and URLs are in the attachment.
Four of the most important articles are listed below. All four are considered very recently published in 2019.
- Food fraud data collection needs survey, Spink J., Elliott C., Dean M., Speier-Pero C., npj Science of Food, 2019, includes coauthor Chris Elliott and Moira Dean from Queen’s University Belfast (UK) and my MSU business college Cheri Speier-Pero: FREE ACCESS
- Global perspectives on food fraud: results from a WHO survey of members of the International Food Safety Authorities Network (INFOSAN), Spink J., Embarek P.B., Savelli C.J., Bradshaw A., npj Science of Food, 2019, includes coauthors from WHO and FAO as well as a survey of INFOSAN member states: FREE ACCESS
- Introducing the Food Fraud Prevention Cycle (FFPC): A dynamic information management and strategic roadmap, Spink J., Chen W., Zhang G., Speier-Pero C., Food Control, 2019, This includes a very helpful map for coordinating your food fraud information: fee for access
- The current state of food fraud prevention: overview and requirements to address ‘How to Start?’ and ‘How Much is Enough?’, Spink J.W., Current Opinion in Food Science, 2019, This presents the very practical and simple first steps and how to judge when you’ve done “enough”: fee for access
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