The Food Industry Intelligence Network (fiin) has appointed its first full-time employee, as well as a new advisor to the board to drive the food integrity agenda.
Food and drink businesses are being urged to sign up to an online tool developed by Food Standards Scotland, which may help prevent them becoming victims of food crime.
Professor Chris Elliott reflects on his time working with fiin and his hopes for the future of the food supply chain
Learn more about how fiin has expanded its membership network, which helps to tackle food fraud in the supply chain.
fiin launches new data sharing platform for members
Seven years since inception, fiin has more than doubled its membership.
This month we hear from family-owned vegetable business, Barfoots, in our ‘meet the member’ series.
In our ‘meet the member’ series, we speak to Co-op to hear how they are working to tackle potential food fraud risks.
fiin will play a crucial role in defending the agri-food industry against potential food integrity challenges brought by the COVID-19 pandemic.