BeefLedger: Fighting food fraud with technology
It's one thing to eat lasagna that contains horse meat rather than beef, or to buy falsely labelled Manuka honey; these are crimes, but they're unlikely to injure anyone.
Not so for the six babies who were killed and 300,000 who were injured in China by baby formula containing melamine. Melamine was added to help low-quality formula pass quality tests - it's high in nitrogen, which is a crucial indicator of protein levels.
Food fraud is a big deal, and it hurts Australian producers and consumers alike.
Download our BeefLedger eBook and find out how they're fighting food fraud with technology.