Dausey warns of agro-terrorism threat

Dausey on agro-terrorism

Top public health professor David Dausey warns that increasing global supply chain complexity carries with it a greater risk of product contamination, with potentially disastrous results for dairy brands and public health, and a growing need to ensure product safety. Read the complete story in this dairyreporter.com feature titled Agro-terrorism: One of the greatest terrorist threats we face - Professor.

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