Purchase an offline ‘snapshot’ of Food Fraud Advisors’ Food Fraud Risk Information Database (hosted on Trello) in an easy-to-search format by clicking the button below.
You will receive a link to download a Microsoft Excel file, which contains information from the Food Fraud Risk Information Database as it was on 31st August 2022. It is an offline document, is not updated automatically and does not reflect any changes that have been made since that date.
Sources: The information in the Food Fraud Risk Information Database comes from hundreds of sources, with the number increasing all the time. To keep the size of the database manageable, sources are not included. However, the authors are more than happy to provide sources to all genuine enquirers.
The information in the Excel workbook can be searched, sorted, copied, pasted and manipulated as with any other Excel workbook. Users are encouraged to add their own information and notes to the document.
The contents of the online database are presented in a table, with one row for each ‘card’ of the database. In the database, most cards correspond to a single food type. The database currently contains more than eighty-one thousand (81,000) words.
Update: The next version of this downloadable file will contain a separate list of food fraud incident reports from 1st September 2022. These reports are no longer freely accessible on the Trello board. To learn more about the changes to recent incident reporting, see this post.