The threat of bioterrorism has raised food-safety issues to a new level, especially when considering product sampling. While in-store sampling might appear to be an area of high vulnerability in light of past anthrax or product-tampering threats, fortunately there has been no fallout from recent events or any consumer reluctance to sample food or other new products, say retailers and those responsible for in-store demonstrations. "There's been no shopper resistance to sample products," ...
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