Food fraud — an intentional act of tampering with food for economic gain — is estimated to affect up to 10% of all commercially sold food products.
SAI Global Assurance explored seven types of food fraud that all businesses in the food supply chain should be aware of.
Food fraud is expected to evolve, with food supply chains becoming more globalized and complex, geopolitical risk factors increasing and more environmental variables impacting the availability of raw ingredients. Based on its experience running food fraud vulnerability training for organizations in the food and agriculture industry, SAI Global Assurance has revealed the seven most common types of food fraud occurring in the food industry.
Read the full article 7 Food Fraud Trends Identified on Food Processing website here.