Why join fiin?
Membership to fiin gives companies access to quarterly reports containing unique insight and intelligence on food and drink authenticity derived from the collated results of member testing and traceability exercises. In addition to the anonymised data, members also receive a report from Queen’s University Belfast, who provides an overview of supply chain integrity on a global basis and makes further recommendations.
Supported by Campden BRI, the intelligence and insight that fiin can provide increases as our membership grows and allows members to adopt a more strategic and targeted approach to supply chain assurance.
By joining fiin you can support our pioneering network in ensuring the UK is leading-edge in deterring food fraud.
fiin has intelligence sharing agreements with the Food Standards Agency (FSA), Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI), Food Standards Scotland (FSS) and the National Food Crime Unit (NFCU).
- The fiin quarterly report, containing unique intelligence
- Quarterly overview from Queen’s University Belfast of global food supply chain integrity
- Insight for a more strategic and targeted approach to supply chain assurance
- Member support from Campden BRI
- Increasing intelligence as membership grows
- Clear and structured sharing of information with, and by, regulators
- This pioneering network will ensure the UK is leading-edge in deterring food fraud
- Small businesses with a turnover of less than £10 million, membership fee £500 per annum
- Medium businesses with a turnover of more than £10 million but less than £100 million, membership fee £1,500 per annum
- Large businesses with a turnover of more than £100 million, membership fee £3,000 per annum