Following the great successes of previous symposia in this series in Bari, Italy in 2017 https://bari2017.moniqa.org/ and Vienna, Austria in 2018 https://vienna2018.moniqa.org/, the MoniQA Association and USP (the United States Pharmacopeia) would li
Noor Halal Foods Ltd pleaded guilty to ID mark failings and a hygiene offence at the site.
European authorities have uncovered an operation allegedly making products out of decomposed apples, contaminated with mycotoxins and other toxic chemicals, unsuitable for human consumption and dangerous for public health.
Food safety raids conducted by food safety departments across Pakistan have yielded thousands of kilogrammes of adulterated food products, ranging from tea to milk and spices.
Irish police searched seven sites this past week as part of an investigation into horse meat fraud.
The Gardai (Irish police), officials from the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine (DAFM) and the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) co
PARIS (Reuters) - Minced beef given to poor people across France by charities was so full of fat, soy and starch it was not technically meat, the country’s anti-fraud agency reported on Friday.
Samples taken from 1,500 tonnes of meat delivered last s
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) today revealed that it now has a new DNA scanning tool to identify the entire DNA content of a food. The new analytical tool can proactively identify all the ingredients and their biological sources in a fo
"Fake" olive oil is on its way to British supermarket shelves, experts have suggested, as large quantities of sub par produce are being produced in Italy.
Some of the biggest consumers of Brazilian meat have suspended imports over allegations that companies have been selling unsafe produce for years. China has banned red meat imports from Brazil, while the European Union said it would stop buying from
The EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee holds a one off evidence session on food fraud and the integrity of the food system with Professor Christopher Elliott, Director of the Institute for Global Food Safety at Queen's University.
A meat wholesaler which was prosecuted for labelling foreign beef as Irish has been told it had committed a fraud against the wider meat industry.
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A guide to protect manufacturers from buying adulterated or substituted herbs and spices has been launched in a landmark joint industry initiative.
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Donald Rumsfeld, a former United States Secretary of Defense, once said some words that confused many “There are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don't kno
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