Food Fraud and quality
Food fraud is defined as the misleading statement of products which involves “tampering, internal substitution and misbranding”. It involves deception of food products by adding harmful ingredients and packaging occurs when food is sold in a way of intentional act perpetrated for economic gain.
Food fraud may not only include “adulteration” or “misbranding” of food, drug and cosmetic act, but it also involves tax avoidance and smuggling.
- Track 1-1 Food protection and food defence
- Track 2-2 Food risk matrix
- Track 3-3 Food fraud mitigation plan
- Track 4-4 Food packaging
- Track 5-5 Vulnerability assessment and critical control points
- Track 6-6 Servsafe alert