• Posts Tagged ‘IFT’

    New Publication: Defining the Public Health Threat of Dietary Supplement Fraud

    by John Spink • October 23, 2013 • Blog • 0 Comments

    If you thought Food Fraud prevention was challenging… take a look at Dietary Supplement Fraud (DSF)!  There are probably 100 times more products, 100 times more ingredients, and 100 times less regulation and enforcement.  As a purchaser or consumer, the same principles apply:  “know your supplier” and “trust but verify.”  Our new publication will...

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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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    A Primer for Submitting Your FSMA “Request for Comments” on Food Fraud/ Economically Motivated Adulteration

    by John Spink • March 20, 2013 • Blog • 0 Comments

    The US Food and Drug Administration released two draft rulemaking documents in January 2013 for the Food Safety Modernization Act that was passed in January 2011: Current Good Manufacturing Practice and Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Human Food Standards for the Growing, Harvesting, Packing, and Holding of Produce for...

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