Meat fraud cases
Meat authenticity isn’t always guaranteed
Adulteration is a common form of food fraud. Meat adulteration is no different in that matter. Cheaper meat products are processed into finished products without the consumer's knowledge. Chicken injection is a perfect example of food fraud in the meat industry.
In addition, freshness fraud also occurs regularly. Sometimes meat products have already been frozen and are still sold with the label 'fresh'.
Solutions to fight meat fraud
For Chicken injection cases, we developed a model that detects whether or not the water-protein ratio has been augmented due to addition of water-protein solution.
This model can also detect whether or not 'fresh' meat has been previously frozen.
For more information download our free whitepaper on spectrometry for meat products and our own handheld Pure & Sure scanner.