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Recent reports suggest the potential for increased food fraud in global food supply chains due to the impact of Covid-19.

Thus, it is vital that we continue the good practice embedded in businesses to protect the safety and security of food supply chains.

Following an extraordinary meeting of our Advisory Board on 6 May, we have gathered together information provided on the Food Authenticity Network, to help businesses secure food supply chains by mitigating food fraud, onto one page:


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The Transnational Alliance to Combat Illicit Trade (TRACIT) and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) co-hosted a meeting on the 18 July 2019 on the negative impact of illicit trade on the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The special UN dialogue exposed where and how progress on the SDGs is inhibited by illicit trade in some of the world’s most important economic sectors.

"From smuggling, counterfeiting and tax evasion, to the illegal sale or possession of goods, services, humans and wildlife, illicit trade is compromising the attainment of all 17 of the UN SDGs," stated TRACIT Director-General Jeffrey Hardy. "It is crowding out legitimate economic activity, depriving governments of revenues for investment in vital public services, dislocating millions of legitimate jobs and causing irreversible damage to ecosystems and human lives."

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Social media can be a company’s best friend for communicating to consumers - but the tables can quickly turn when consumers talk back. So should food companies get hashtag-happy when dealing with sensitive issues such as food scandals?

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