Food adulteration and authenticity testing

Supplied by Thermo Fisher Scientific on Monday, 21 October, 2019

Complexities in the F&B supply chain create significant and, at times, easy opportunities for economically motivated fraudulent activities. This can occur anywhere in the production process, from the manufacturing site to the consumer, and often go undetected.

Learn how to confirm the quality and integrity of your product in the various stages of your food production chain.

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