NATIONAL ARCHIVES: Thursday, October 27, at 7 p.m.

William G. McGowan Theater

America Eats Series: Food Frights! Food Safety Then and Now

Ever hear of the “Poison Squad” or read author Upton Sinclair’s exposé  
of the meat packing industry? How did America’s government become  
involved in the food safety of its citizens? A panel explores how this  
involvement started, how far we have come, and how it will look in the  
future. David Gregory of “Meet the Press” moderates panelists Philip  
Derfler, USDA/FSIS deputy administrator; Suzanne Junod, FDA senior  
historian; Caroline Smith DeWaal, Director of the Food Safety Program,  
Center for Science in the Public Interest; and Chef José Andrés, chief  
culinary advisor for the “What’s Cooking, Uncle Sam?” exhibit at the  
National Archives.

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