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Food Fraud

Consumers beware! From red snapper to pomegranate juice, common food products at grocery stores and restaurants are often intentionally mislabeled by actors up and down the supply chain. We explore how food fraud happens, what foods are most susceptible and new methods that suppliers are developing to reduce misleading and fraudulent labeling.

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