Douglas L. Archer

The events of September 11, 2001, and the aftermath anthrax incidents have refocused the food safety concerns and priorities of regulatory agencies. The threat of terrorism aimed at the food supply and assuring biosecurity have become nightly news stories. Can biosecurity be supplied by the regulatory agencies, or will responsibility largely fall on the growers, packers, shippers, and processors of our food? The question almost answers itself: the burden falls on the regulated industry to assure…

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