Food Fraud and Authenticity

$249.00

This course will provide businesses with the tools and strategies to quantify, detect and prevent food fraud. It will also provide some guidelines and practices on how to build an anti-fraud culture in your company. Designed to give students a strong understanding of food fraud and food authenticity. This course emphasizes the importance of using existing legislative frameworks, strengthening of intelligence sharing and analysis to understand, mitigate and minimize fraud. Effective monitoring systems are essential to maintaining the integrity of a company’s own activities to maintain the assurance and integrity of its products, brand and supply chains.

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This course will provide businesses with the tools and strategies to quantify, detect and prevent food fraud. It will also provide some guidelines and practices on how to build an anti-fraud culture in your company. Designed to give students a strong understanding of food fraud and food authenticity. This course emphasizes the importance of using existing legislative frameworks, strengthening of intelligence sharing and analysis to understand, mitigate and minimize fraud. Effective monitoring systems are essential to maintaining the integrity of a company’s own activities to maintain the assurance and integrity of its products, brand and supply chains.

Learning Objectives:

At the end of the course students will be able to:

  • Understand the difference between Hazard Analysis & Vulnerability Assessment
  • Recognize the different types of Food Fraud
  • Identify Impact, Risk and Opportunities of Food Fraud
  • Conduct a Vulnerability Assessment
  • Assess, Prioritize and Create an Action Plan

Course Outline & Major Topics

  • Global Food Safety Initiative and Food Fraud
    • What is Food Fraud?
    • What is the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI)?
    • GFSI Food Fraud Think Tank
    • Food Fraud Definition
    • GFSI New Requirements
    • Examples of Food Fraud
    • Food Fraud vs. Food Crime
    • Types of Food Fraud
    • How is Food Fraud Committed?
    • Consumer Demands
    • Minimizing Fraud
    • Food Fraud Examples
    • Food Fraud Nationwide
  • Supply Chain Management
    • What is a Supply Chain?
    • Risks in a Supply Chain
  • Five Steps to Help Protect Your Business from Food Fraud
    • Map Your Supply Chain
    • Identify Impacts, Risks and Opportunities
    • Assess and Prioritize your Findings
    • Create a Plan of Action
    • Implement, Track, Review & Communicate

*Receive a nationally recognized certificate for participation in this course

Who Should Take This Course?

  • Quality Assurance Teams
  • Management and Supervisory
  • Sanitation Teams
  • Food Safety Teams
  • Production Personnel

*Become a member to receive 20% off