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Posted 17 January 2020 - 06:39 PM

What’s Really in Your Food

 

Taking place:
Friday, January 24, 2020 - 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM UK Time

This is a 10.00 AM Eastern US Start

 

Presenter:

Dr. Doug Marshall, Chief Scientific Officer, Eurofins Food Safety Systems

 

Webinar Overview:

FSMA requires food manufacturers to conduct a hazard analysis of their ingredients, process, and products. In addition, a formal supplier verification program also is a FSMA requirement. In times long past, ingredients of animal origin were thought to be the greatest risk; however, we now know that many ingredients can carry biological, chemical, or physical risks. Beyond pathogens, toxins, and foreign objects, ingredient risk can also include undeclared allergens, economic fraud substitutions, and consumer perception risk such as GMOs, organic, free range, etc. This session will provide an overview of ingredient risks that can be incorporated into a Food Safety Plan and into other brand protection activities.

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Posted 24 January 2020 - 05:29 PM

Chat logs from today's webinar:

 

Octavia Yankosky : Good Morning!
James Van Ells : Good Morning for Augusta, GA  USA
Jason  Agustin : Good Morning from Toronto, Canada
steve brown : good afternoon all, from Dover, UK
Murali  Murthy  : Hi Murthy from Nada Dairy Saudi Arabia
matt Lichlyter : Morning from Denver, Colorado!
Pablo de Jongh : Hi from Venezuela
Tanja Baker : Hello from Belgrade, Serbia
Rachel Hernandez : Good Morning from Corona, CA USA
Theresa Matts : Hello from Norwich, NY!
Amit Kheradia : Good morning from Indiana
Sujit Kumar : hi Sujit from India, good evening to all
Liliana Gonçalves : hello from Portugal
Patricia Maldonado : Hi everyone, all the best from amazing Guatemala!
Robin                                                    : Hello from Chicago area
Noel Rogowsky : Hi from Arborg, Manitoba, Canada
Mario Araujo : Hello from Poetugal
Debbie Lyons-Garcia : good morning Colton CA USA
Christina Dame : Good morning from South Carolina USA
Bukola Johnson : Good morning from Atlanta GA
Patricia Briceño : Good morning from Ecuador
Erin Peabody : Good Morning from Buffalo, NY
Mario Araujo : Portugal!!
Samantha Van Ollefen : Good morning from Raleigh, NC, USA
shiva swamy : hello and good evening, from tamilnadu, india
Mario Payán : Hello from Nicaragua
Heidi Hyatt : Good Morning from Vernon British Columbia!
MARIA DE LAS NIEVES MEDINA : HELLO FROM MAR DEL PLATA ARGENTINA
Noah Bogosia : Hi everyone...glad to be back with you all. Greetings from Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Noah
CHRISTINE ROMBERG : Hello from snowy Wisconsin
Ehsan ul Haq : Hello from Hunza Pakistan
Koen Vanoirbeek : Hello everyone! Greetings from Belgium!
Rick Falkenberg : Hello from Turlock, California...
Deborah Beattie : Good Morning from Quebec
Amisse Aly : Hello everyone! Good afternoon from Mozambique
Shadrach Yankey : Hello from Ghana
Darla Carlisle : Good Moring from Indiana, USA!
David briggs : Hello from Indiana
Saairah Bhatti : Hello from UK
Tonya Dizhevskaia : Good morning from Whitby, Ontario!
Kim Bentley : Good Morning- Kim Bentley from Kentucky :)
Gokben  Gonul : Hello from Turkey
Michał Wolski : Hello from Poland
imran ali : hello from lahore pakistan
Hortense Fernandes : Hello from Portugal
Martha Carman : Hi from Toronto, Canada
ROBERT SAMUDIO : Hello Robert From Miami
TRIANTAFYLLOS CHALKIAS : Hi to all of you. Thessaloniki - GREECE
Maylene Lenizo : Hello Maylene from Philippines
Omolara  OKUNLOLA  : hello
Willem Tjitrotaroeno : Willem TjitrotaroenoHi, from Suriname
David briggs : Hello
Kelly Gamble : Good morning from Houston, Texas!
Mahmoud Al-Husseini : Hi from Alexandria . Egypt
Sivaram Kumar Selvarajan : Good day to all around the world.
Rokshanara Khatun : Good morning from Brantford, Canada
Mark Dargay : Simon...please ask Doug about PFAS and PFOS and what his opinion on these "forever chemicals" and where regulators will be headed placing limits on them.  Several states have already brought PFAS into drinking water at the PPT level.
Javier Soliz : Sorry I'm late.... ;)
Patricia Maldonado : No sound
Roberto Cuadrado  : Roberto From Dallas Tx
Simon Timperley : Hi Patricia, please use one of the recommended browsers, chrome or firefox.
Martha Carman : Spices aren't on this list?
Patricia Maldonado : Thank you Simon, it was only temporary
Simon Timperley : ok thanks Patricia
Noel Rogowsky : Does Canada do regulatory tracking of fraud
Jason  Agustin : You mentioned about the processed cheese and cheddar cheese as not being food fraud in the US the way they are marketed, is there a country where this is considered food fraug though and therefore not sold at all?
Martha Carman : Canada:  CFIA does frequent surveillance and issues reports; however, these reports are mostly about food safety (microbiological) concerns.
Omolara  OKUNLOLA  : There is a large scale of food fraud on the so called "novel foods" in Nigeria.
Ehsan ul Haq : In restaurants and catering, particularly for making sweets, various chemicals like ammonia, hydroxides  are used without any measurements. Is there any threshold for such chemicals or their use is illegal at all?
Martha Carman : #2
Mario Araujo : #2
Omolara  OKUNLOLA  : What of sale of flavoured milk drinks that do not contain milk at all. can this be seen as food fraud
Kelly Gamble : We pack honey for retail, our sources being honey imported from Argentina and the Yucatan Peninsula. As you might imagine, our #1 question from consumers is how they know we are not using Chinese or otherwise trans-shipped honey. We of course test our honey to know that it is free from pesticides, antibiotics, other chemicals, that sugar ratios are correct, etc. And we test for pollen. What is the best resource to be able to compare the pollen test results with the regions from which we are importing? Thank you!
Martha Carman : Canada:  Only if "Milk" is NOT clearly labelled as for what it is.
Maria Luisa Chillida : Hi from Spain
Reyna Resendiz : Good morning from Atlanta, GA
Samantha Van Ollefen : Hi Kelly Gamble! You could consider asking your supplier for a Certificate of Analysis. Ideally they're also doing their own testing to prove to their customers that their product is in fact what they say it is.
Samantha Van Ollefen : ... And a best case scenario would be that they're having their product tested by an external lab rather than in house!
Crystal Quezada : @Kelly Gamble, seconded Samantha's comment, we do a similar scope and a COA from supplier (by an external lab)
Ehsan ul Haq : intentional or unintentional deviation from the standard recipe  by any food handler in catering if it causes health issue, is it punishable offense or is there other provision that addresses this issue?
Omolara  OKUNLOLA  : as a regulator, we rely on COA from suppliers
Bruce Perkin : Doug, does Eurofins use Fourier Transformation testing for ID? If not, then why not?
Omolara  OKUNLOLA  : Thanksforthe insight
David briggs : Thank you a great presentation
Emmanuel González Barbosa : Thank you very much
Mahmoud Al-Husseini : what are the methods to inspect the extra virgin oil?
Deborah Beattie : Hello, can you please repeat your Patulin story
Sivaram Kumar Selvarajan : EMA  on Rice . Is that also common ?
shiva swamy : What are the moral guidelines involved in adulteration?
shiva swamy : What is the most recommended Indian Raw Milk periodic verification time freqency?
shiva swamy : Can genetic modified food be used in food fraud?
Kelly Gamble : Thank you, Samantha and Crystal! Yes, most of our suppliers use Intertek for testing. Their reports utilize a statement from a Geoscientist to authenticate the pollen source. I was just curious if there is a resource that might be accessible to industry, or the general public. Thank you!
Peggy Galloup : USA. is not listing whitners (titanium dioxide) in dairy productsconsidered food fraud?  is there a % allowed before an ingredientmust be listed.
Joeben Gubatanga : do you consider food fraud if the manufacturer did not declare they are using GMO raw materials?
Kelly Gamble : Thank you Simon and Dr. Marshall!
Samantha Van Ollefen : @KellyGamble Intertek is a highly reputable company. I think the main message to the public would be to rely on companies like yours who are testing to ensure their honey is a genuine product. Keep up the good work!
Ehsan ul Haq : may be it can be tested for the quantity of various fatty acids and functional components associated to extra virgin oil
Deborah Beattie : Thank-you appreciate that
Martha Carman : Ehsan:  And the ratios of fatty acids, give insights!
Ehsan ul Haq : exactly
Ehsan ul Haq : lipid profiling is convenient i guess
Ehsan ul Haq : compare it with standard and results show it all
Reyna Resendiz : if organic product is not being handle as needed will this be consider food fraud?
Wasi Asghar : can you give some examples of on going risk assessment ,I mean what should be role of management define frequency od risk assessment
Noah Bogosia : Would you know of any case where a Eurofin client used a test result to sue a supplier?
Omolara  OKUNLOLA  : connection lost
Martha Carman : Thank you!  Well done!
Emily Taberara : Thank you!!!
Tanja Baker : thanks for a great webinar
steve brown : thank you
Martin Terminel : Thank you for an excellent presentation!
Darla Carlisle : Thanks, Doug!
Mark Dargay : Thanks Doug and Simon.  ALWAYS great to hear from you, Doug!
Noah Bogosia : Thanks Doug!
Reyna Resendiz : thanks for your time
Maria Luisa Chillida : WEri interesting presntation thanks
Ehsan ul Haq : thanks alot
Debbie Lyons-Garcia : thank you
Noel Rogowsky : thanks
Patricia Briceño : Very interesting. Thank you
Kelly Gamble : Thank you both for your time and information!
Sivaram Kumar Selvarajan : Thank you everybody . Have a wonderful weekend.
Yao Gbesor FIADONOU : thank you !
Shadrach Yankey : thznks for the exxcellent presenation


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