Monday, July 18th, 2016 - 8:59
U.S. consumers want convenience, choice, and diversity in the foods they eat. The U.S. is importing more food than ever before to meet these demands. Food production has become more globalized and the route it takes from farm to table is more complex. Much of our food now takes a longer and more complicated path from the farm to our table. And yet, most Americans purchase food for their family’s dinner table with a high level of assurance that the food is safe. Much of the effort for securing the U.S.