• Foodservice Footprint F42-Final-thought-1 Food Fraud Footprint Forum: five things we learned Foodservice News and Information Out of Home sector news  Professor Tony Hines Professor Chris Elliott news-email Leatherhead Food Horsegate Footprint Forum Food Standards Agency Food Crime Unit

    Food Fraud Footprint Forum: five things we learned

    Footprint’s pre-Christmas forum “Food authenticity in foodservice: risk and regulation” in association with Leatherhead Food showed the industry has some catching up to do if it wants to stay one step ahead of criminals working in the supply chain. Here… Read More

  • Foodservice Footprint Saddle-burger-e1652354611623 Analysis: Industry must speak out against supply chain sinners Out of Home News Analysis  Professor Chris Elliott NFCU news-email National Food Crime Unit Horsegate food fraud Andy Morling

    Analysis: Industry must speak out against supply chain sinners

    It’s a little over three years since the horsemeat scandal sent shockwaves through the food industry. But for all that ‘horsegate’ did to raise awareness of food crime, are businesses really doing everything they can to help stamp out deliberate… Read More

  • Access all areas

    TWO-THIRDS of foodservice companies believe their supply chains should be open to public scrutiny. However, a third feel their doors should remain closed, according to an exclusive poll carried out at                … Read More

  • ‘FSA must be a more effective regulator’ says EFRA Committee report

    THE ENVIRONMENT, FOOD and Rural Affairs Committee yesterday (16th July) revealed the results of the Food Contamination Report, which outlined recommended changes to food regulation legislation in the UK post-horsegate.   It also said that there was confusion around the… Read More

  • Scottish report published on lessons learned from horsegate

    A REPORT ON how well the Scottish Government dealt with the horsemeat scandal and the lessons learned as a result has been published.                           Led by former Chief… Read More