Fecc webinar: A standards-based approach to combat food fraud


Fecc warmly invites you to the "Food fraud webinar: A standards-based approach to combat food fraud" that will take place on 1 April from 11:00h to 12:00h (CET). Please note that the webinar is dedicated to Fecc members and Integralim's community only.


Preamble (11:00 - 11:05 am)

Dorothee Arns, Director General of the European Association of Chemical Distributors (Fecc)
Introduction and welcome on behalf of Fecc (including anti-trust reminder)

Presentation (11:05 - 11:50 am)

Bruno Sechet, Managing Director & Founder, Integralim
Presentation: How can Food Safety Standards mitigate the risk of food fraud?

Product fraud encompasses a wide range of deliberate fraudulent acts which are economically motivated and trigger serious consequences for consumers and businesses. This is particularly a concern for the food and feed industry. In addition to the legislative requirements, which have been enacted to prevent product fraud, and subsequent enforcement activities on both national and international level, Industry bodies such as the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) have advocated for food safety schemes, such as the International Featured Standards (IFS), to introduce and implement systems to mitigate the risk of food fraud.
This webinar will cover this set of standards and endeavors to provide an understanding of how good practices can be applied to meet these requirements in relation to the scope of the specific standard.

Q&A (11:50 am - 12:00 pm)

Closure (12:00 pm) (Dorothee Arns)

About Integralim
Integralim provides consulting, auditing and training for all competencies related to food quality and safety management systems. This includes implementations of various integrated and certifiable management systems.

About Bruno Sechet
Mr Bruno Sechet is the Managing Director of Integralim and has 25 years experience in the food industry and in managing food-related standards. His special expertise includes the implementation of management systems, risk analysis, international standards, quality & food safety.