Anti Fraud Initiative / Organic Integrity Network

The organic market grows rapidly in Europe, North America and Asia. The flow of trade is becoming more and more international and there is a shortage in the supply of various commodities. This leads to a situation where those who do not take the organic requirements seriously are tempted to enter the lucrative market.

Even if the organic market has currently the best quality management system of the whole food market, fraud is still an issue.

The main aim of the Anti Fraud Initiative is to improve cross border communication among inspection and certification bodies, trade companies, label organisations and authorities to strenghten organic integrity.

Upcoming event

Conference of the Anti-Fraud-Initiative
"Residues in organic production – sufficient indicators for fraud?"

Residues in organic production, a thread for consumers, producers and traders. Are residue findings a valid indicator to detect fraud? How are the new EU rules tackling residue findings in the organic supply chain? Join our conference in Brussels: The Conference will take place on 9 February 2023 and is jointly organized by the "Anti-Fraud-Initiative" (AFI), supported by: the European Organic Certifiers Council (EOCC) and AÖL, BioNederland and the Alliance for Organic Integrity.

Attached you can find the more detailed program.
Registration link: Registration form AFI event - 9 February 2023 - Google Forms

Last Events

"Residue testing in organic production: Investigations after detection of phosphonic acid and its salts"

The online seminar took place on 13 October, 2020 and was well organized by the „Anti-Fraud-Initiative“ (AFI), the European Organic Certifiers Council (EOCC) and IFOAM EU and sponsored by the  the Alliance for Organic Integrity.

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"Residue testing in organic production – what and why are we testing?"

The seminar took place in Brussels on 4 February 2020 and was jointly organized by the „Anti-Fraud-Initiative“ (AFI), the European Organic Certifiers Council (EOCC) and IFOAM EU and supported by the Alliance for Organic Integrity. 

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International seminar: “Zero Tolerance? Residue analysis as inspection tool for the authenticity of organic products“ January 10-11, 2019, Brussels (Belgium) Hosted by EOCC, Rue d’Arlon 63-67, B-1040 Brussels, Belgium.

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Online Training on risk-oriented inspections

The Anti-Fraud-Initiative is happy to announce the launch of its new E-Learning-Tool for risk-oriented organic inspections around the world based on EU- and NOP regulatory requirements.

Sign up for the training

Get in touch. The fee for the course is 80,00 € including a certificate after successful completion of the final online test.