Food Fraud (VACCP)

Food Fraud is estimated to cost the food industry $30-40 billion dollars per year (ref. PwC). While food fraud is not intended to cause harm, there are many examples globally where issues associated with ingredients diluted with allergens have triggered extended food safety recalls. Money motivates fraudsters and this 4 hour workshop provides information on how food fraud occurs, why and what are the mitigating factors you need to consider to develop an effective food fraud mitigation plan.
Commences: 24/09/2020
Duration: 1Day
Course cost: $325.00 per trainee
Remaining places: 9 of 12

NOTE: Public courses are dependent on attendance requirements. Please confirm that your course is still scheduled to run before booking travel arrangements. If it is not currently showing on the site then the course has been cancelled. In the event your course is cancelled you will issued with a full refund and contacted by our admin staff.

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AUS-MEAT training information

AUS-MEAT provides both public and in-house training courses designed to upskill trainees in the Australia Agricultural industry. We also deliver eating quality training on-behalf of Meat Standards Australia (MSA).  We value your opinion.  If you have any complaints, appeals or compliments you would like to share with AUS-MEAT, please use the online form located under "About Us", "Corporate Quality and policies".