Food fraud is becoming an increasing problem for consumers in the global food supply chain. According to a report from AgriFutures Australia, food fraud costs the Australian economy $3 billion each year.
Products ranging from meat and seafood to herbs are not immune from food fraudsters looking to profit.

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Produced By: Toni Pankaluic

Featured In Story: Associate Professor Julian Cox, University of New South Wales (School of Chemical Engineering)

First aired on The Wire, Monday 18 September 2023