MINNEAPOLIS - Nearly half of the Americans who responded to a recent survey about funding anti-terrorism initiatives said they expect an attack on the food supply chain within the next four years, the Food Industry Center at the University of Minnesota said last week. The respondents to the university's survey also indicated they favor devoting more federal funds to protecting the food supply. Of the 4,200 respondents, 44% said they expected terrorists to deliberately contaminate the food ...

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