Responses to our event on food crime

We’re pleased with the response we’ve had to the food crime event held on 3 December 2014…

Environmental Health News, the magazine of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health published an article on the discussion and the impact of local government spending cuts.

In addition, the International Food Fraud Network based at Manchester University have invited us to contribute ideas for food crime ‘colloquium’ they are planning to run in May 2015.

We’re currently finalising our formal report on the event and will publish this shortly.

Meanwhile live blogs from the event can be found at

with further information on our twitter feed.

 

 

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