WASHINGTON [FNS] -- Sampling imports as they arrive at U.S. docks is too late in the game to protect the country against tainted food, said public and private sector witnesses at the final two days of Congressional hearings investigating the safety of food imports. But with the quantity of such imports rising exponentially and tales of foodborne illnesses and fatalities increasing as well, the tough question remains, What is the best way to protect American consumers from tainted foreign ...

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