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#1 jiachun91

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Posted 01 April 2019 - 01:50 PM

Hi all,

 

Can share the link or website which allow me to do Raw Material Vulnerability Assessment for Food Fraud? Mostly databases need to pay money. ><

Thanks in advance  :happydance:  

 

JJ Voo 



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Posted 01 April 2019 - 01:52 PM

Hi all,

 

Can share the link or website which allow me to do Raw Material Vulnerability Assessment for Food Fraud? Mostly databases need to pay money. ><

Thanks in advance  :happydance:  

 

JJ Voo 

 

VA or Database ?

 

VA depends on yr Product type and FS Standard ????

 

IIRC, the only semi-useful, free databases are at the trello and RASFF websites.

 

Neither are  probably comparable to scope of the paid ones.


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Posted 01 April 2019 - 01:58 PM

Hi Mr Charles,

 

My company are in the progress to upgrade to FSSC22000 ver 4.1. This is our first time to do vulnerability assessment for raw material used in beverage whitener. 

Hope to get more info related to food fraud database.

 

JJ Voo



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Posted 01 April 2019 - 02:28 PM

Hi Mr Charles,

 

My company are in the progress to upgrade to FSSC22000 ver 4.1. This is our first time to do vulnerability assessment for raw material used in beverage whitener. 

Hope to get more info related to food fraud database.

 

JJ Voo

 

Regarding VA, see this post for some fssc22000 guidance plus there is a possibly useful VA procedure at the first sublink (credit chris@crepecuisine) -

 

https://www.ifsqn.co...41/#entry130505


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Posted 02 April 2019 - 12:09 PM

Hi there,

 

You can use RASFF portal. Enter "food" in Type, "adulteration/fraud" in Category (Hazard) and in Product, chose the product you are interested in. 

You have also this link: https://trello.com/b...isk-information

Hope this helps.

 

Virginie



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Posted 02 April 2019 - 02:13 PM

Just be aware that the scope of RASFF is inherently limited, as it's original intent was to provide communication/notification between food businesses and regulators in the EU. Personally I'd want a wider dataset of potential cases - I can think of at least one ingredient in our VA where there has been a reported case of adulteration in the US, but not in the EU.



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Posted 02 April 2019 - 02:20 PM

Hi all, 

 

thanks for your advice.

 

Hi Mr pHruit,

 

can you give more example / link where can i find those info?



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Posted 02 April 2019 - 02:29 PM

The paid databases are on option - certainly I used the original incarnation of the USP one extensively when setting our system up initially, although it was free in those days.

If you're members of any industry bodies or associations then it's worth reaching out to them, as they are likely to have some relevant information about your product/ingredient types.

Definitely look through RASFF too - it may be a little limited but it's certainly a good start.
I don't think there is much to lose from spending a good while searching google for hits on each specific ingredient - I certainly found some interesting things this way.
Probably need to accept that getting the initial setting-up done can take a substantial investment of time, but we certainly found it useful.



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Posted 02 April 2019 - 10:21 PM

Hi all, 

 

thanks for your advice.

 

Hi Mr pHruit,

 

can you give more example / link where can i find those info?

 

Post 5 ?

 

paid = < USP database>. >> Google.

 

PS, here you are -

 

USP(paid)

https://decernis.com...fraud-database/

 

trello (access free)

https://www.foodfrau...sk-information/

 

RASFF(access free)

https://webgate.ec.e...m&cleanSearch=1

(Post 5)


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