The focus of food fraud prevention has evolved through the years from operational to tactical, and now, to very strategic. With this the case, Dr. John Spink, director of the Food Fraud Initiative at Michigan State University, will present the tenth segment of our Food Fraud Trends Update webinar series, which will focus on the shifting and evolving requirement for expertise. During this complimentary webinar, Dr. Spink will discuss what quality and safety managers need to be prepared for with the next wave of food fraud prevention, which includes clearly defined disciplines, extensive training resources, clear compliance requirements and the ability to share best practices.
Dr. Spink will also explore the strategic evolution of food fraud protection during the presentation, which will also review current standard operating systems and harmonized calibration systems that help quality and safety professionals define how to start and how much is enough.
- Review the evolution of food fraud prevention that has led to the present strategic approach.
- What the next wave of food fraud prevention means for quality and safety professionals.
- Evaluate key standard operating procedures for food fraud control and prevention.
- Five ways to assess standard operating systems and harmonized calibration systems.
There will be a live Q&A session following the presentation.