Monitoring Food Imports to the United States

The contamination of pet food has raised questions about the safety of our own food supply as more of the food we eat comes from overseas. Les Bourquin of Michigan State University speaks with Scott Simon about how food inspectors decide what imports to monitor, and what they look for.

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