Food Fraud: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You
Discover what food fraud is, why it threatens companies, and how you can work to prevent it
Horse meat in hamburgers, fillers in parmesan, Italian olive oil that is not from Italy – these are just a few recent examples of food fraud. Food fraud is a real issue that threatens the viability of your company and safety of your consumers. Companies who fraudulently manufacture, label, or sell their product face potential regulatory and legal consequences.
View our webinar to learn all about food fraud, the new regulatory requirements that surround it, and discover strategies to mitigate the risk.
- In potential food fraud situations, BRC requires us to consider quality, legality, and food safety implications, while the FDA’s main focus is on the food safety implications.
- To protect your organization against food fraud, leverage resources that enable you to identify fraud factors so that you can assess your facility’s vulnerabilities and develop appropriate solutions. Bring in a third party consultant to help ensure you are in line with FDA and BRC requirements.
- Employees play a key role in preventing food fraud. Make sure they know what food fraud is and encourage them to speak up if they find something suspicious.
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