USA: Food supply vulnerable to attack, says GAO
Congressional auditors in the US have said the country's food supply is vulnerable to attack partly because the government cannot ensure the security of processing plants. The report was issued by the General Accounting Office yesterday [Tuesday], while the US Department of Agriculture has also warned food companies, retailers and farmers to increase security due to the heightened security alert, reported the Associated Press.
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