How is Food Fraud Evolving and what can you do about it?
The prevention of food fraud is paramount to protect the trust of our consumers and to maintain fair, sustainable business practices. No process can guarantee that food and food supply are not the target of criminal activity. The purpose of this webinar is to guide food operators through approaches and processes to improve the resilience of supply chains to food fraud.
Criminals are getting smarter using new methods and technologies to exploit global food supply chains, risking permanent damage to food and beverage brands. During the live webinar discover:
- Food fraud today
- New criminal activity supporting fraud
- Case studies – real life food fraud
- Scale and impact: the challenges of global supply chains
- Emerging trends and threats
- Innovation to help prevent food fraud (you can’t but you can make it more difficult and unappealing)
- Live Q&A
- An introduction and update on the National Food Crime Units Fraud Resilience Self-Assessment Tool including an analysis of some recent submissions.
- An update on other work that the National Food Crime Unit is currently involved with.
- The Industry Perspective and the role played by the Food Authenticity Network.
- Emerging Risks and Innovations to counter the threat of Food Fraud.
Cost: £25 (Members), £50 (Non-members), £15 (Students) all plus VAT per delegate
Time: 9.30am – 12.00pm
Platform: Microsoft Teams
A certificate of attendance is included in the price