Food Fraud Vulnerability assessment: reliable data sources and effective assessment approaches

Manning, L and Soon, J (2019) Food Fraud Vulnerability assessment: reliable data sources and effective assessment approaches. Trends in Food Science and Technology. ISSN 0924-2244

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Abstract

Abstract Multiple food fraud vulnerability assessment (FFVA) tools have been developed and refined to capture and quantify food fraud issues in the supply chain. The aim of this research is to review existing FFVA tools and the databases that underpin them and consider the challenges, limitations and opportunities in their use. The databases considered include: the Rapid Alert for Food and Feed Safety (RASFF) database, the Food Fraud Risk Information, Decernis Food Fraud Database, FoodSHIELD, and HorizonScan. Four FFVA tools, Safe Supply of Affordable Food Everywhere (SSAFE), the two Food Fraud Advisor’s vulnerability assessment tools and EMAlert, are also critiqued in this paper from the viewpoint of the tools available and their efficacy for food fraud vulnerability assessment.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: food fraud, vulnerability, intentional, adulteration, database
Divisions: Agriculture, Food and Environment
Depositing User: Professor Louise Manning
Date Deposited: 12 Jul 2019 08:47
Last Modified: 11 Jul 2020 05:50
URI: http://rau.repository.guildhe.ac.uk/id/eprint/16152

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