Risk Analysis (Part 2 of 3): Application to Food Fraud
This chapter presents the risk analysis application to food fraud prevention. The risk analysis concepts and theories are well known and widely researched but not often adapted to the unique fraud opportunity and resource-allocation decision-making needs for food fraud prevention.
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