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Lessons from Food Fraud 2017

Lessons from Food Fraud 2017

New Food- May 2017
Following New Food’s inaugural Food Fraud conference held in Manchester at which industry leaders gathered to discuss the challenges that the reality of food fraud presents today’s society, we take a look at the lessons learned from the event both on a UK and global level.
“Food fraud is a global issue,” Professor Chris Elliott of Queen’s University Belfast, asserted as he opened the event. From Professor Elliott’s opening statement, an internationally-known leader in food integrity, it became clear that we criminally under-appreciate the scale of the threat posed by food fraud and the extent to which it occurs and touches each aspect of the supply chain.

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