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Food Fraud: Economically Motivated Adulteration

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Food Fraud: Economically Motivated Adulteration with Mitchell K. Weinberg, LL.B.

Mitchell Weinberg is the founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of the International Supply Chain Assessment Technologies Corporation (INSCATECH). INSCATECH has created a comprehensive solution to protect the world's food supply chains from FOOD FRAUD (economically motivated adulteration). Using its proprietary methodology and specially trained fraud detection professionals, INSCATECH conducts food supply chain vulnerability assessments to identify the sources of Food Fraud and to recommend mitigation solutions that help to prevent our food from being adulterated. INSCATECH has created a secure and user-friendly software tool that is used by the food industry to manage and protect food supply chains from Food Fraud.
Mitchell is a graduate of Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Pre-Law and Sociology and the McGill University School of Law in Montreal, Canada where he obtained his Common Law (LL.B) and Civil Law (B.C.L.) degrees in 1991.

1. Introduction.
2. What is food fraud?
3. Who would commit this act?
4. What is concealment?
5. What is counterfeiting?
6. What is dilution?
7. What is the grey/parallel market?
    a. Is there theft, diversion?
8. What is mislabeling?
9. What is substitution?
10. What are unapproved enhancements?
11. What does Inscatech do to help fight these food fraud acts?
12. Conclusion.

Mitchell K. Weinberg B.A, B.C.L, LL.B
Founder, President & Chief Executive Officer
373 Park Avenue South, 6th Floor
New York City, New York  10016