On-Demand Webinars
Unmasking Food Fraud

In the dynamic landscape of today’s global food industry, the shadow of food fraud looms large. Food fraud is a multifaceted issue that poses significant risks to both consumers and the integrity of the food supply chain. Discover why confronting this challenge transcends ethics and discover why it’s imperative for consumer safety and the industry’s long-term viability.   

Exploring food fraud

Watch this on-demand webinar where we explore complex factors, examine real-world examples, and highlight severe consequences in various food categories. You can stay up to date on the latest food fraud schemes and methods, including emerging risks and vulnerabilities. You will also gain insight into the extensive impact on public health, consumer trust, and business sustainability. 

Transparency in your supply chain

Discover the latest technologies and inventive solutions that can boost transparency in the supply chain, allowing for the prompt identification and prevention of food fraud. Additionally, we will provide valuable information on the constantly changing regulatory environment and the measures implemented to deter food fraud.

Led by Sara Jane Bellocchi, this webinar is an opportunity to gain valuable insights into effective strategies to reduce the risks of food fraud, with an emphasis on building strong relationships within the supply chain and fostering teamwork. Sara Jane will apply her experience in the natural foods industry and educational background in Nutrition Science and International Food Law and Regulations to lead this comprehensive session. Join us in our efforts to safeguard consumers and the food industry. 

In this on-demand webinar, you’ll:

  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of what food fraud entails and the threat it poses to the food supply chain. 
  • Discover why addressing food fraud is not just a matter of ethics, but an imperative for ensuring consumer safety and the long-term sustainability of the industry. 
  • Explore the intricate factors that drive food fraud, including economic pressures and market dynamics, illuminating the motivations behind this complex issue. 
  • Dive into real-world case studies that vividly illustrate the prevalence across different food categories, emphasizing the need for proactive measures.
  • Learn practical strategies to mitigate associated risks, with a particular focus on building strong relationships within the supply chain and fostering collaboration.

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