While the thousands of tons of seized fraudulent product get the headlines, the most crucial result of Operation OPSON is the insight on the shifting food fraud vulnerability. The report has both general information and detailed case studies (and ama
The global herb and spice industry, valued at approximately US$4 billion, continues to grow year on year. This industry works extremely hard to ensure they provide consumers with safe and authentic products. However, it is continuously under threat f
The World Health Organization (WHO) has opened a public comment period on its draft food safety strategy.
The proposed WHO global strategy for food safety 2022-2030 had input from a Technical Advisory Group (TAG) on food safety that held two meetings
Nowadays, most of the foods we eat in developed countries are grown and manufactured in developing countries. For example, about 80 percent of food consumed in the UK is imported from other countries, including developing countries. In the U.S., more
An international conference exploring the challenges and opportunities facing the safety of global food supply today heard that whilst producing food sustainably is a major issue, food safety needs to be central to any debate to ensure innovations in
New Food interviewed Professor Chris Elliott, Pro Vice Chancellor, Professor of Food Safety, and founder of the Institute for Global Food Security, ahead of the Food Brexit 2018 Conference (London, 1st November 2018).
In the article below, Prof. Elli
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