Emily Little

Emily Little

IFT FIRST multi-session conversationFood fraud is a growing area of concern among suppliers and manufacturers. The intentional misrepresentation of food can cause problems throughout the supply chain and lead to mistrust, according to three panelists in a multi-session conversation on July 12 at IFT FIRST.

The session centered around a central question: what are the emerging areas of food fraud? Each of the three panelists described the types of food fraud seen in the industry, types of vulnerability assessments that can be done, …

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Emily Little is an associate editor of Food Technology ([email protected]).
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