Food defense is concerned with the intentional contamination of the food supply. This contrasts with the unintentional contamination that is the focus of established food safety measures. Intentional contamination introduces the concepts of perpetrators, malicious intent and the capabilities of different perpetrators to carry out contamination. Mitigation measures are designed not primarily to lessen the impact, but to make an intentional contamination less likely in the first place.

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