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Iowa schools work to protect school lunches from bioterrorism

School officials throughout Iowa are being encouraged to find ways to protect school lunches from the threat of bioterrorism. That means locking up food, keeping strangers out of food service areas, maintaining inventories and installing security cameras in food service areas. Federal agriculture officials have suggested the steps and part of follow up risk assessment since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Sam Beattie, Iowa State University Extension food safety specialist, said most parents can feel fairly confident in the security of the food supply. Full Story

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