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Terrorism, Pandemics, and Natural Disasters: Food Supply Chain Preparedness, Response, and Recovery, Symposium Summary, November 1, 2006, University of Minnesota

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    Over 120 registered participants from industry, government and academia participated in the Terrorism, Pandemics, and Natural Disasters: Food Supply Chain Preparedness, Response, and Recovery Symposium held on November 1, 2006. The symposium was co-sponsored by The Food Industry Center and the National Center for Food Protection and Defense both from the University of Minnesota and the Trucking Industry Program from the Georgia Institute of Technology. Twelve invited speakers covered topics across a wide spectrum of food protection risks, from intentional terrorist attacks on the food supply to biological and pathological threats to catastrophic natural disasters.

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    Paper provided by University of Minnesota, The Food Industry Center in its series Conference Summaries with number 47509.

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    Date of creation: Nov 2006
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