|By PR Newswire||
|April 14, 2014 06:00 AM EDT||
DURHAM, N.C., April 14, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Food fraud is a growing concern in the United States. With increase in international incidences like melamine-adulterated infant formula in China and European beef adulterated with horse meat; these instances can no longer be thought of as being remote due to globalized food supply chains. Food Fraud puts whole industries, brands, and public health at risk, and these risks increases because of a general lack of awareness and understanding. To fight food fraud effectively, it is important to bring to light the major factors responsible for the vulnerability of organisations dealing with food chain. The professionals in these disciplines (supply chain managers, packaging scientist) need to apply their expertise to address the perpetrators who are motivated by economic gain. A multi-disciplinary approach is required to understand the problem including how packaging science, supply chain management, and crime science can contribute to solutions.
AudioEducator.com is conducting series of audio conferences on topics like food fraud, food safety, food quality, and food defense—to help you shed light on these areas.
Here's a sneak peek of the upcoming conferences:
The Public Health Risks of Food Fraud
Join Douglas C. Moyer, PhD, CPP in this audio session on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, where he will provide participants with a full understanding of Food Fraud as a discipline, the types of fraudsters, and the types of frauds. This will enable a strategic shift from detection and reaction to proactive prevention.
Topics covered in the session:
- What is Food Fraud and how it differs from more traditional disciplines like Food Quality, Food Safety and Food Defense
- Expose several common misconceptions, such as: Food Fraud is not the same as economically motivated adulteration (EMA)
- Know why a multi-disciplinary approach is required to understand the problem including how packaging science, supply chain management, and crime science can contribute to solutions
- The various types of food fraudsters will be presented along with the different types of Food Fraud and their unique ability to threaten public health
- This program will illustrate the fundamental shift from detection and response to prevention that is needed to thwart any such opportunities
- The program culminates with references to the US Food Safety Modernization Act and the impending requirements of Intentional Adulteration (section 106 )
- International Food Fraud regulations and research are also covered in this presentation
For more information, http://www.audioeducator.com/food-safety/defining-food-safety.html
Storage and Distribution: The Forgotten Food Safety Link
Join Dr. John Ryan in this session on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, where she will provide updates about new FDA rules and provide guidance and standards for the safe and quality control practices needed to protect perishable food products while meeting newly evolving standards and legal requirements.
Topics covered in the session:
- The 2014 FDA FSMA proposed rules for sanitary transportation of human and animal foods
- Exemptions from the rules
- How the FDA works with Homeland Security and Customs and Border Protection
- Impact to carriers, shippers and receivers
- Preventive planning and risk reduction
- Meeting market shelf life and legal sanitation and temperature control requirements
- Impact to carriers, shippers and receivers
- Responsibilities of food handlers, drivers and others handling food in distribution and carrier operations
- Sanitation of tools used in the distribution and transportation operations
- Trailer and container precool
- Cost effective tools and techniques critical storage and distribution operations
- Management responsibilities
For more information, http://www.audioeducator.com/food-safety/forgotten-food-safety-link-04-23-14.html
New Requirements for Imported Food, including the Foreign Supplier Verification Program and the Voluntary Qualified Importer Program
Join Jennifer McEntire in this 60-minute session on Wednesday, April 30, 2014 to get answers to these questions:
- How do I know if I'm an importer? Do these rules and programs apply to me?
- If I'm not an importer, does the FSVP give a glimpse into how FDA expects manufacturers control domestic suppliers?
- What is a "qualified individual" and what does this person need to do?
- What are the most effective ways to verify suppliers, and what will FDA require?
- What does the crystal ball tell us about the VQIP
- When will all of this become effective?
For more information, http://www.audioeducator.com/food-safety/imported-food-04-30-14.html
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