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Food Fraud: identifying DNA in food products of animal origin

It is commonly known that food fraud is when, during the production and distribution of a food product, there are intentional infringements to the current agri-food legislation in order gain economic benefit at the expense of the final consumer.

Food frauds can be health-related as well as commercial. There are different types of commercial food fraud, each with their own definitions depending on the deception to be implemented: dilution/substitution, counterfeit, unapproved enhancement, concealment, mislabelling…

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