• Posts Tagged ‘survey’

    TAKE THE SURVEY – Food Fraud Annual Update Compliance Confidence

    by John Spink • July 8, 2019 • Blog • 0 Comments

    Your participation in this brief, anonymous survey will contribute valuable insight to compliance discussions in the upcoming  Food Fraud Annual Update Conference 2019 (Aug 13-14, registration still open.) The survey is a gap analysis that helps define the level of implementation and confidence in the Food Fraud Prevention Strategy compliance requirements. Addressing food fraud...

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    Announcement – MSU & GMA/GMA-SEF Global Online Survey on Terminology Related to Food Fraud, Food Integrity, Food Authenticity, and Others

    by John Spink • October 11, 2017 • Blog • 0 Comments

    MSU’s Food Fraud Initiative, the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) and the GMA Science Education Foundation (SEF) have partnered to conduct an online survey to gather important new information on Food Fraud, Food Integrity, Food Authenticity, Food Fraud, and Economically Motivated Adulteration. This survey is a follow-up from the 2010 GMA Consumer Product Fraud report. The...

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    Survey Results – FDA “Request for Comment” on FSMA Hazard Disclosure (or Not) – Regarding Food Fraud and EMA

    by John Spink • November 29, 2016 • Blog • 0 Comments

    This is a follow-up to our recent blog post that included a survey. The survey results summarized below will also be included in our formal public comments to FDA. Summary (150-word-brief):  This is a summary of our survey results. The FSMA guidance was clear, although there are ongoing FSMA concerns. While the new requirements...

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    “Food Fraud 20 Questions”: Document Fraud – Concerns and Countermeasures

    by John Spink • November 10, 2016 • Blog • 0 Comments

    This is our second “Food Fraud 20 Questions” survey, which covers Document Fraud – Concerns and Countermeasures. This is a 5-10 minute online, confidential, anonymous survey. Please participate or forward it to others as you see fit. Your involvement will help you by creating research and reports that help you reduce your “fraud opportunity.”...

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