The issue of food fraud has grown in importance rapidly in recent years: Nearly all food safety standards now require a system to combat fraud. However, it is not just food that can be affected, but also packaging materials. In a new guide, IFS has now summarized how companies can comply with the product fraud requirements of the various IFS standards.
What is meant by "food fraud" we probably don't need to explain to you anymore. It's hard to imagine any GFSI-approved food safety standard without the term. But the discussion goes beyond the food industry. Packaging and other products are also at risk for fraud. The term "product fraud" is therefore used as an umbrella term.
The new IFS guide on Product Fraud is available free of charge on the IFS homepage and describes how companies can meet the requirements of the Standards IFS Food 6.1, IFS PACsecure 1.1 and IFS Logistics 2.2. can be complied with. Click here to go to the download.