Top Tips to Mitigate Food Fraud


Food Fraud represents a serious threat to the global food supply by causing serious health risks for consumers and costing billions of dollars in economic and brand damage to food companies.

Join Food Safety Tech’s webinar featuring Alchemy’s Jeff Chilton and US Pharmacopeia’s Peter Claise, as they share proven food fraud risk assessment and mitigation strategies to protect your company and consumers.

Key Takeaways:

  • The hazard analysis must identify all economically motivated adulterants that could be intentionally introduced and can impact food safety
  • Use USP’s food fraud mitigation guidance free document that helps manufacturers and retailers develop a customized food fraud mitigation plan: http://www.usp.org/food/food-fraud-mitigation-guidance
  • GFSI standard requirements include vulnerability assessments for all raw materials, identification of high risk potentially hazardous adulterants, and prioritization of vulnerabilities
  • Best practices for implementing a food fraud program include completing your raw material vulnerability assessment, documenting your food fraud mitigation plan, and determining your food fraud program sustainment methods

By clicking “Watch the Webinar” you will receive the webinar recording, webinar podcast, and webinar slides.

 


Featured Panelists


Jeff Chilton, VP of Professional Services at Alchemy

Jeff Chilton, VP of Professional Services at Alchemy

  • 30+ years of food industry experience
  • Specializes in food safety, quality assurance, and plant management
  • Certified SQF Auditor, SQF Consultant, and Preventive Control for Human Food Lead Instructor

Peter Claise, Marketing Director, Foods Programs US Pharmacopeia

Peter Claise, Marketing Director, Foods Programs US Pharmacopeia 

  • 15 years of experience in microbiology, molecular biology and analytical chemistry industries 
  • Specializes in technical support, sales and marketing of products and services across markets worldwide
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