Deadly Dinner Research Paper

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Running head: DEADLY DINNER Deadly Dinner: An Examination of America’s Food Sources and Bioterrorism Potentiality Michele A. Perez American Military University, EDMG 340 D004 March 15, 2010 Abstract America over the years has shifted from an agricultural country to a service oriented economy. It is estimated that only one to two percent of American citizens produce food that feeds the United States. Most of America buys its food from grocery stores which carry products processed both in and outside of the United States. Some Americans choose to bypass the grocery store in favor of fast food or restaurant dining. The food that lands on our table changes hands many times…show more content…
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