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Food Fraud - Food Compliance
Food fraud is the intentional placing on the market of food whose actual quality does not correspond to its claim. The intentional deception aims at a financial or economic advantage. Food fraud may, but does not necessarily, involve a health risk for consumers. 
Examples for food fraud include:
·      Falsely declared beef products that contain horse meat.
·      Purported virgin olive oil that is cheap salad oil dyed with chlorophyll.
·      Shrimps that are sprayed with gel to increase their weight.
·      Natural honey, which is stretched with sugar solution.
·      Noble fish, in which the fish species has been misstated.
·      Supposed organic food, which was conventionally grown.
Food compliance also includes, for example, food safety requirements, animal welfare and protection, social standards and ethical concerns, environmental requirements and sustainability.

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