Fighting food fraud

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Net Patrol International Inc.  Data Investigation and Forensic Services
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Trustees

Food fraud is on the rise and 40 per cent of Canadians have been victim to it according to a recent survey. Food fraud affects the entire food economy, from food businesses growing and selling high-quality products, to consumers facing allergies and food intolerances worried about misleading packaging claims.

In recent months, Mucci Farms in Ontario was fined $1.5 million for selling Mexican tomatoes as a product of Canada; another company, Cericola Farms was in court over organic mislabelling accusations.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.