12391673894?profile=RESIZE_400xThe European Commission has published its first monthly report on EU Agri-Food Fraud. The stated intent of this free list of incident collations is to help both regulatory authorities and food businesses target their fraud defence activities to the highest risk areas.

The report collates all entries from iRASSF that have been categorised as “suspicious”.  It therefore includes official controls, border rejections, whistleblower complaints and media reports (unlike, for example, the JRC monthly food fraud collation which is fed purely by media reports).  It does not include “suspicions” which have not been communicated outside of the originating nation.

In January 2024, 277 “suspicions” are listed.  Read the January report here.

(image from the report)

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