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TAMU team working with Homeland Security to protect U.S. food supply chain

By Susan Himes Texas A&M University

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The disruption of the food supply chain during the first few years of COVID made Americans aware of how critical the ability to move agricultural products reliably, safely and efficiently is, according to Texas A&M AgriLife experts.

A Texas A&M University AgriLife-led team is doing its part to protect the U.S. food supply chain from future threats that are accidental, intentional or an act of Mother Nature. The project, Systematic Mapping of Cross-Border Threats to Enhance U.S. Agricultural Security, began in September 2023, and will continue through August, 2025. . .

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