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Can Certification Prevent Food Fraud?

On February 7, Britain’s Food Standards Agency found horsemeat in a frozen lasagna meal labeled 100 percent beef. Since then, a scandal of epic proportions has unfolded, with fraudulently labeled horsemeat identified in frozen grocery store meals, dishes served at schools, hospitals and restaurants, and even Ikea’s famous meatballs. (The furniture giant removed its Swedish … Continue reading