Webinar | Will your food fraud vulnerability assessment pass an FSSC 22000 audit?

Webinar Recording

By Food Focus on 04 February 2019

In 2018, we saw public protests about “fake food” and even Carte Blanche going undercover in a fraudulent honey scandal. Food fraud is increasing and so should our vigilance. The FSSC requirements version 4.1, had made a food fraud mitigation plan a mandatory requirement.

 

Do you understand how this should be constructed and where you can source information on food fraud incidents?

 

In this comprehensive webinar, Karen Everstine, Ph.D., a senior manager with Decernis took us on a step-by-step journey through the process of “VACCP”.

 


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