Anyone concerned about the domestic terrorism threat should be comforted to know that the U.S. food industry and federal government are busy enacting measures to protect the food supply. But a rush to take action runs the risk of launching initiatives that aren't effective or, worse, are actually detrimental because they aren't well planned. More on that in a moment. First, the good news: Many players have stepped up to the plate with proactive and beneficial food-security efforts. The ...

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