Geneva, Switzerland, August 07, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Recent food scandals have seen horsemeat substituted for beef in a broad range of products across the EU, as well as seafood species extensively substituted in the US.
In this issue of Hot Source, they look at the subject in more detail, its history, the extent of food adulteration and the labelling requirements in place to address the problem.
Banned in some countries, the animal feed additive ractopamine and its testing, also fall under the spotlight.
In this issue of Hot Source, food scandals are discussed in more detail, its history, the extent of food adulteration and the labelling requirements in place to address the problem. The issues around allergen control, testing and management are also examined.
Sustainable sourcing is featured in the form of UTZ Certification. This fast growing standard supports some of the world's most vulnerable growing communities and meets consumer demand for ethically sourced products. The sustainability theme continues with articles on emissions assessments and Ecodesign.
To download Hot Source or on the following articles below, visit: http://www.sgs.com/en/Our-Company/News-and-Media-Center/News-and-Press-Releases/2013/07/Hot-Source-Food-Fraud-UTZ-Certified-Olive-Oil-Market-and-More.aspx?wt.mc_id=prs130704
* Is Your Coffee, Cocoa or Tea UTZ Certified? (PDF 299 KB)
* Olive Oil Market Overview (PDF 499 KB)
* Allergen Testing and Management (PDF 240 KB)
* Food Fraud - The Tip of The Iceberg? (PDF 138 KB)
* Tighter Controls on Ractopamine in Pork and Beef Products (PDF 131 KB)
* About Nutritional Sustainability and Environmental Product Declaration (PDF 200 KB)
* An Overview of Current and Emerging Issues in Food Safety (PDF 494 KB)
* Sustainability Programme - Cradle to Retail Emissions Assessment Reveals the True Impact of a Retail Product (PDF 564 KB)
* New SGS Facilities, Capabilities and Accreditations (PDF 82 KB)
For further information, please contact: SGS Agriculture and Food Team