Food Authenticity

John Szpylka

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    Food fraud is designed to increase the perceived value of both food and ingredients and is a growing concern in our global food supply, as evidenced by an increase in the number of reported cases. As quality programs are upgraded to better address this concern, new analytical tools are being developed to evaluate if known and unknown adulterations or modifications have been added to foods.

    The two main approaches involve Targeted Analyses and Non-Targeted Analyses, both of which are used to …

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    1. Food Safety and Defense