Welcome to the Food Authenticity Network



Food Authenticity Network

The Food Authenticity Network is led by LGC and is funded using a public - private partnership approach.

It can help to build a more resilient food supply chain as it gathers information on food authenticity testing, food fraud mitigation and food supply chain integrity, in a structured manner and disseminates it via its open access website. This enables best practice information to be shared for the benefit of all stakeholders, helping to raise standards worldwide.

It also ensures that stakeholders have access to a resilient network of laboratories providing fit for purpose testing to check for food authenticity so that ultimately, consumers can have greater confidence in the food they buy.

Food Authenticity Library

A library for food authenticity related documents, including policy documents, case studies and available SOPs can be found at documents.foodauthenticity.global. You can also go to our 'Research' page to find a link to research reports, authenticity surveys and standard operating procedures (SOPs) on other sites.

The Food Authenticity Network provides information related to food authenticity testing in one convenient location; the information on methods and research reports provided are outputs of government funded research and a link to the source of the information is provided in all other cases. Any view, information or advice given by members on the discussion pages are based on their own views and opinions. No responsibility can be taken for the use made of any view, information or advice given on the Food Authenticity Network.

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