When it comes to terrorist acts, contaminating or corrupting the food supply may not be as spectacular as taking out the World Trade Center. Yet the food industry is viewing threats to food security throughout the supply chain, from farm to table, very seriously. As security regulations from the Food and Drug Administration come closer to taking effect on Dec. 12, the industry is continuing to step up its attempt to shape -- and at the same time prepare for the impact of -- the new rules. ...
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