As we travel the world, we are continually impressed by the work happening in food defense across the globe. Our team has picked up best practices from global collaborations between governments, companies, and academics. We learn and are able to share food defense efforts and tools across our food defender network. This week was no different as we traveled to Beijing to work with our Chinese Academy of Inspection and Quarantine (CAIQ) colleagues. There is a tremendous amount of work happening here from broad and focused mitigation steps to risk analysis to identify Economically Motivated Adulteration (EMA).
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This presentation will be devoted to current and likely food safety related challenges to the global supply chain and the tools at our disposal to mitigate the inevitable risks.
Fukhrudin Khalif Maalim, MGIS, M.S. is a Research Fellow working on our Economically Motivated Adulteration project. Fukhrudin works with large datasets focused on food imports into the U.S.