Food Safety

Food Safety: Bush says there are many areas of potential attack

President Bush isn't expressing alarm about the safety of the nation's food supply. He says his administration is doing everything it can to protect the public from terror attacks. But he adds there's "a lot of work to be done." Responding to a reporter's question about food safety, Bush said "we're a large country with all kinds of avenues where somebody can inflict harm."

Saturday, outgoing Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson said he worries "every single night" about a possible terror attack on the food supply. Thompson said such an attack would be "easy to do."