2. Chemistry & Toxicology

Vulnerability Management Initiatives

Project Reference:

ISBN: 978-1-905767-9

Status:

Completed

Commencement Date:

22 December, 2017

Project Duration:

11 months

Abstract:

This report looks at perspectives and practices across the food chain on the Island of Ireland with regard to the risk of economically motivated adulteration or ideologically motivated threat. Approaches being taken in a number of other OECD countries were investigated and a cross-country analysis of different initiatives was used to construct a Vulnerability Management Framework. This illustrates strategies for detecting, deterring and preventing economically or ideologically-motivated food product adulteration.

Principal Contractor(s):

Dr Seamus O’Reilly, UCC

Collaborator(s):

Prof Maeve Henchion, Teagasc

Outputs:

Report:

Vulnerability Management Initiatives: A comparison of Vulnerability Management Initiatives in agri-food chains on the island of Ireland and in selected OECD countries