Both tools are interactive, web-based databases designed to assist companies in understanding and meeting FSMA requirements on intentional adulteration.
The Food Adulteration Incidents Registry supports food defense efforts by collecting and reporting adulteration incidents, both economically motivated and intentional, thereby helping identify vulnerabilities. The FAIR database has 600 cases and growing. The World Factbook of Food is designed to serve as a central reference repository of data related to food. Organized into a series of food and country profiles, the World Factbook of Food provides users with a wide range of food and agriculture data at the food and country level.
For more information about FAIR and WorldFactbook of Food and how to purchase a subscription, please visit:
World Factbook of Food: https://foodprotection.umn.edu/world-factbook-food