Meat has been identified as one of the food categories at most risk of food fraud. Meat species substitution has been in the spotlight with the European horse meat scandal in 2013. Analysis of cases reported on the web shows that incidents of meat substitution are still recurring worldwide.
Altogether these cases highlight significant weaknesses in the supply chain transparency and traceability of raw meat materials. This has triggered recent progress from the food industry to apply new software tools enabling the mapping of meat supply chains. Nevertheless, a meat vulnerability
assessment showed that meat and derivatives are highly susceptible to many fraudulent malpractices. Therefore, more effective measures are needed to manage the risk and new analytical solutions are required to increase the deterrence of meat adulteration and rapid detection of fraud. DNA-based
methods have evolved rapidly as shown with the application of the new LCD array and Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) in order to detect broad meat species adulteration. Moreover, new technologies such as NGS together with the Rapid Evaporative Ionization Mass Spectrometry (REIMS) are emerging
as a really promising association of analytical approaches for rapid detection of several malpractices.
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ECONOMIC FOOD ADULTERATION;
NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING (NGS);
RAPID EVAPORATIVE IONIZATION MASS SPECTROMETRY (REIMS)
Document Type: Research Article
Nestlé Research Centre Vers-chez-les Blanc, CH-1000 Lausanne 26;, Email: [email protected]
Nestlé Research Centre Vers-chez-les Blanc, CH-1000 Lausanne 26
Institute for Global Food Security School of Biological Sciences Queen's University Belfast 18-30 Malone Road, Belfast BT9 5BN Northern Ireland, UK
Publication date: 01 October 2018
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International Journal for Chemistry and Official Membership Journal of the Swiss Chemical Society (SCS) and its Divisions
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