The online questionnaire on the sharing of information to prevent food fraud in Europe is the first part of a Delphi-study of three rounds by Ghent University (Belgium) and TNO (The Netherlands).
By consulting stakeholders they aim to discover the feasibility of a system for information sharing to prevent and detect food fraud.
The survey will take 15 minutes and is open until mid-January. All answers will be reported anonymously.
FoodIntegrity is coordinated by Fera and includes Eurofins France, BfR, Queen’s University Belfast, Stichting Wageningen Research, Barilla, Matis, Nofima, Agroisolab, Food Forensics, Thermo Fisher Scientific, The Scotch Whisky Research Institute, Ocean Optics and others as partners.
The fifth FoodIntegrity Conference is 14-15 November in Nantes, France and the project concludes at the end of this year.