Although relatively new to the public, Food Fraud has been a long-time concern for food manufacturers and suppliers. A criminal act, Food Fraud is defined as the deliberate and intentional substitution, addition, tampering, or misrepresentation of food, food ingredients, or food packaging, for economic gain.
Many of the risks associated with Food Fraud are health-related. However, brands in the food industry also face reputation and financial risks associated with Food Fraud incidents. Don Hsieh, director of commercial and industrial marketing of ADT Business Solutions recently spoke with Risk Management regarding preventative and proactive measures food manufacturers must take to protect their brand and ensure their product is safe for public consumption.
To learn more about Food Fraud, and how brands can protect their reputation, read the full article on the Risk Management website, here. For more information on ADT’s Food Defense security solutions, contact Don Hsieh at email@example.com.Leave a comment