APPLYING COMMON SENSE TO FOOD-SECURITY PROGRAMS

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

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 eff

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