U.K. agency pursues food fraud
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryThe U.K. Food Standards Agency taps 16 officials with food fraud investigation experience to help uncover when firms intentionally deceive consumers to sell food for financial gain. As part of the new Food Fraud Advisory Unit, announced April 14, the officials will advise the agency on food fraud cases, such as when goods are knowingly sold past their use by dates, when goods are deliberately incorrectly described or when the source of ingredients is incorrectly identified
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