SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The food industry needs to be vigilant in reducing its exposure to product tampering as the nation becomes more aware of the potential dangers of terrorism, according to the official charged with leading the Food and Drug Administration's law enforcement activities. Terrell Vermillion, director of the FDA's Office of Criminal Investigations, last week told an industry audience here that companies should bring their protection measures in line with OCI's recommended best ...

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