Food Fraud: A global insight
Food fraud is causing the food and beverage industry to lose up to £12bn annually, it’s therefore paramount that the industry connects, collaborates and eradicates fraud across the supply chain
Food Fraud 2018 reunites Food Manufacturers, Supermarkets, Processors, Suppliers, Technology Companies, and Academia from around the globe for an unmissable day of sharing best practices, lessons learned and detection & prevention methods. Join Food Fraud 2018 and stop dishonest food from reaching peoples plates.
The conference, hosted in London on 1 March 2018, is a forum to discuss valuable and relative topics, alternative approaches, reaffirm processes, and provide insight into the industry and how it needs to adapt.
“The event held in Manchester was, in my opinion, hugely successful. Not only in terms of the quality of the presentations and numbers that attended the event but in the engagement of so many sectors of the UK food industry. A forum to learn and exchange information on a highly important and sensitive topic has been created.”
Chris Elliott, Professor of Food Safety, Founder of the Institute for Global Food Safety and Lead, Elliott Review into the Integrity and Assurance of Food Supply Networks, will once again chair the conference. Chris is one of the leading figures in the fight for global food safety and he will share his views on assessing industry progress. Food Fraud attendees have a unique opportunity to learn from Chris and gain new and valuable intelligence.
2018 Speakers include:
Food Industry Intelligence Network
Food Standards Agency
Food Standards Scotland
Global Harmonization Initiative
Holland & Barrett
Synergy Food Ingredients
University of Wyoming