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Looking for food safety professionals to take part in our online survey

Hi, we regularly do research and have published some useful industry articles.  Our latest piece of work is the impact of food safety and the pandemic.  If you are an industry professional involved with food safety we would really appreciate a few minutes of your time to complete our survey.  We've had a lot of interesting feedback so far!  We will of course share the results with you. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/foodsafetychallengesThanks, Emma, RQA GroupView my Linkedin Profile 

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Food Fraud Prevention Tools - Fresh Produce Sector

Are you involved in Fresh Produce in the UK or US?Dear Colleague I am collecting data for my PhD in both, the UK and US fresh produce sectors. This study will identify the types of preventive tools currently used to prevent food fraud in conventional and/or organic fresh produce. Having worked in the fresh sector myself, I value your feedback very much and need help with getting sufficient responses during this difficult time with Covid-19. If you can kindly complete the multiple-choice survey…

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Shaping The Future of Cannabis & Hemp Standards

Purity-IQ is seeking TWO addition senior people currently involved in the production and quality control of cannabis/hemp based products who are also willing to volunteer their time to participate with peers in a Technical Working Group to provide review and comment for the Cannabis Authenticity and Purity Standard (CAPS). Implementing voluntary quality standards provides an opportunity for those companies involved with cannabis and hemp production to clearly differentiate their brand…

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Offal adulteration in meat samples - Method requirements

The UK Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) have commissioned Fera Science Ltd. to review current methods that are applicable for use in the detection and speciation of offal in meat products. As part of the project we seek to determine the key requirements for future methods and may lead to future work undertaken by Defra. We are interested in responses from all stakeholders in the meat supply chain: food producers, food retailers, government and analytical testing…

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