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Knowledge Centre for Food Fraud and Quality

The Knowledge Centre for Food Fraud and Quality (KC-FFQ) produces and makes sense of scientific information to protect the authenticity and quality of food in the EU

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Knowledge service Food Fraud and Quality Content type Page Topic / Tool
PAGE | 12 October 2021
Full List of Food Fraud Summary Reports: Details about the selection criteria for including information in the JRC monthly food fraud summary report. If you...
PAGE | 6 July 2021
Publications in peer-reviewed journals: Ballin, N.Z., Omar Onaindia, J., Jawad, H., Fernandez-Carazo, R., Maquet, A.(2019) High-resolution melting of multiple barcode amplicons for plant...
PAGE | 17 March 2021
Scope The EU harmonised methodology for assessing quality related characteristics of branded foods, including private labels, describes general principles to ensure transparency, comparability, inclusiveness...
PAGE | 10 March 2021
2nd Technical Meeting of the KC-FFQ Place: JRC, Geel, Belgium Date: 12-14 November 2019 The Knowledge Centre for Food Fraud and Quality held its 2nd...
PAGE | 19 February 2021
Second Technical Meeting of the KC-FFQ Place: JRC, Geel, Belgium Date: 12-14 November 2019 The Knowledge Centre for Food Fraud and Quality held its 2nd...
TOPIC / TOOL | 19 February 2021
The notion of food quality rests on a complex and multi-dimensional concept which is influenced by a wide range of situational and contextual factors.
TOPIC / TOOL | 14 January 2020
Fraud in the context of food means that the description of the origin of food, its composition and how it has been obtained and/or prepared, shall be truthful.
PAGE | 18 September 2018
What we do The Knowledge Centre for Food Fraud and Quality (KC-FFQ), provides and shares up-to-date scientific knowledge on food fraud and food quality issues. It...
PAGE | 30 April 2018
Food fraud and dual food quality explained.