New US rules on food imports

It has been nine months since the US began its search for chemical and biological weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Although nothing was found, yet the US' paranoia over bioterrorism attacks has not waned. In fact, two new regulations to prevent such an incident came into force on December 12, putting additional burden on all food and feed producers whose goods are destined for the US

By Clifford Polycarp
Published: Thursday 15 January 2004
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