• Posts Tagged ‘ema’

    New Article: EMA – Another Dimension of the “Expanding Umbrella of Food Defense” in Food Safety Magazine

    by John Spink • October 14, 2013 • Blog • 0 Comments

    Here’s a quick review of and link to our new Food Fraud article  in Food Safety Magazine.  This article was created to provide an overview of US FDA Food Defense activities that are related to Economically Motivated Adulteration (EMA) and Food Fraud (FF).  FDA has a lot of resources and ongoing activities related to...

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    Presentation: Food Fraud Overview at the Food and Ag SCC/GCC

    by John Spink • September 10, 2013 • Blog • 0 Comments

    Tuesday, September 20, 2013, Washington, DC — Later this morning I will be presenting Food Fraud Overview at the Food and Agriculture Sector Joint Quarterly Meeting.  This group organized under the US Critical Infrastructure Partnership Advisory Council  (CIPAC), which was created under Homeland Security Presidential Directive-7.  From the CIP website: “CIPAC  membership encompasses critical...

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    The Trophy Remains Elusive — A Review of the 2013 IFT Conference

    by John Spink • August 22, 2013 • Blog • 0 Comments

    Melamine, horsemeat, rat meat, Sudan red carcinogen colorant… we understand Food Fraud is an issue, but how big of an impact does it make?  How do we define the risk or vulnerability?  And probably more importantly… how do we define progress or “success”?  The presenters in the EMA sessions at the IFT 2013 conference...

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    How to Submit Your FSMA “Request for Comment” Response on Food Fraud/ Economically Motivated Adulteration

    by John Spink • March 27, 2013 • Blog • 3 Comments

     5/9/13 UPDATE:  The Request for Comments due date has been extended 120 days from the original. FSMA is a landmark law that will impact the food industry for years. The “Request for Comment” process is an important way for you to contribute to how FSMA will be implemented. The previous post provided a primer...

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