ORLANDO, Fla. — Biological terrorism on the U.S. food supply chain is still a very real threat, Michael Sealy, vice president, Risk Management Services, Giant Eagle, Pittsburgh, said during the Retail Industry Leaders Association's Logistics 2008 conference here last week. Quoting Rhona Applebaum, chief regulatory officer for the National Food Processors Association, Sealy said, “The potential for the food supply being a target or tool of terrorism can no longer be viewed in hypothetical ...

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