• Posts Tagged ‘food fraud’

    GFSI Update #1 – Notes from Today’s Food Fraud Presentations at the GFSI/ Consumer Goods Forum

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

    (Written March 6) About an hour ago we finished the Food Fraud breakout session at the GFSI/Consumer Goods Forum here in Barcelona. The session was convened by GFSI Chair Yves Rey (Corporate Quality General Manager, Danone Group).  I presented Defining Food Fraud, Petra Wissenburg (Corporate Quality Director, Danone) presented an update on the Food...

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    The Impact of the Horse Meat Scandal on the Food Industry

    by John Spink • March 5, 2013 • Blog • 0 Comments

    The horse meat Food Fraud incident exposes a big vulnerability in the supply chain: all the best analytics and logistical optimization doesn’t help if the product is bad. While many fraudsters are unsophisticated and opportunistic, others thoroughly examine the entire network from re-packaging through quality control testing. Both the horse meat and past melamine...

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    Introducing the Food Fraud Initiative and MOOC

    by John Spink • February 20, 2013 • Blog, MOOC • 5 Comments

    Welcome to the Food Fraud Initiative! We are using this blog as a tool to share with you the frequent updates and developments in the world of Food Fraud. In addition, your comments can add value to the discussion and help set the direction for new topics and research. Our mission is to leverage...

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