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Organic chicken product authentication: state-of-the-art and future perspectives
Tres Oliver, Alba; Codony Salcedo, Rafael; Guardiola Ibarz, Francesc
Universitat de Barcelona
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Organic food products are highly susceptible to fraud. Currently, administrative controls are conducted to detect fraud, but having an analytical tool able to verify the organic identity of food would be very supportive. The state-of-the-art in food authentication relies on fingerprinting approaches that find characteristic analytical patterns to unequivocally identify authentic products. While wide research on authentication has been conducted for other commodities, the authentication of organic chicken products is still in its infancy. Challenges include finding fingerprints to discriminate organic from conventional products, and recruiting sample sets that cover natural variability. Future research might be oriented towards developing new authentication models for organic feed, eggs and chicken meat, keeping models updated and implementing them into regulations. Meanwhile, these models might be very supportive to the administrative controls directing inspections towards suspicious fraudulent samples.
Productes ecològics
Pollastre
Inspecció dels aliments
Green products
Chicken
Food inspection
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