Unit 1 References

Holbrook, E. (2013). Dining on deception: the rising risk of food fraud and what is being done. Risk Management, May, 28

Lutter, R (2009). Addressing challenges of economically motivated adulteration. Available from: www.fda.gov

Manning, L. and Soon, J. M. (2019). Chapter 8. The value of product sampling in mitigating food adulteration. In,  A Handbook of Food Crime: Immoral and Illegal Preactices in the Food Industry and What to do about them. A. Gray and R. Hinch (Eds.). University of Bristol: Policy Press Scholarship, pp. 127-140

Snowdon, C. (2012). Drinking in the shadow economy. IEA Discussion paper no. 43. Available at: https://iea.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Drinking%20in%20the%20Shadow%20Economy_0.pdf

Soon, J.M. and Manning, L. (2018). Food smuggling and trafficking: The key factors of influence. Trends in Food Science & Technology, 81, 132-138. Spink, J., & Moyer, D. C. (2011). Defining the public health threat of food fraud. Journal of Food Science, 76(9), R157–R162