Issue Date: September 24, 2007
Testing Our Food
FROM BACTERIA on spinach, melamine in pet food, and unapproved drugs and additives in fish, food safety is increasingly grabbing headlines. What can be done to ensure the safety of the food supply? A first step is developing methods that accurately identify toxic compounds in food.
Recent incidents, such as last year's spinach scare and this year's contamination of seafood imports, have shown the need for improved testing (see . . .
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