1. Shot from inside of car of entrance of site as journalists arrive at Al Taji factory/warehouse site
2. Various shots of Minister of Trade Mahdi Salah meeting reporters and showing them around site
3. Various sacks of rice and wheat inside warehouse
4. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mehdi Mohammed Salih, Minister of Trade:
"We have taken 2500 tons of baby milk, plus full cream milk and food for babies in 186 trucks, not 60 trucks as stated by the Americans through the media. The actual figure is 187 trucks."
5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Saad Al Mosawi, Foreign ministry Representative:
"This is just to tell the international media that allegations made by the US media about prohibited activities being conducted on certain sites in Iraq are false allegations and here is the proof. You are in one of the sites that the US media claim is conducting biological weapons activities and you can see that it is a simple warehouse of Ministry of Trade for foodstuffs."
6. Various sacks and boxes of foodstuffs in warehouse
7. Journalists looking through boxes and handling packets of foodstuffs
8. Close up label on box of foodstuffs
9. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Hussam Mouhamed Ameen, Head of the Iraqi National Monitoring Commission:
"This is part of anti-Iraq campaign which is aimed at mobilizing aggression against Iraq, but this campaign will not succeed".
Top Iraqi officials escorted a group of journalists to a site near Baghdad on Tuesday, which US officials suspect could be a biological weapons facility.
The group were shown around the site and its warehouse, which appeared to be a foodstuffs store.
US intelligence agencies last week said they had detected signs that Iraq may be moving material or equipment out of the al-Taji complex.
They suspected these movements indicated an effort by President Saddam Hussein to disperse items ahead of a possible US military strike against Iraq.
Iraq's Trade Minister Mehdi Mohammed Salih told reporters that the trucks that had been detected were loaded with large quantities of foodstuff supplies, which they were transporting from the al-Taji stores complex to other subsidiary warehouses.
He said most of the items were baby foods and had been moved in 187 trucks, not 60 as stated by US officials.
Last week, journalists were taken on a tour of a site in Baghdad allegedly producing biological agents, according to an Iraq dissident who once worked in Baghdad but fled the country.
Iraq says the facility was a livestock vaccination laboratory.
Iraq is stepping up efforts to deny US claims and accusations against it.
Under UN Security Council resolutions, sanctions imposed after Iraq's 1990 invasion of Kuwait cannot be lifted until UN inspectors certify Iraq's biological, chemical, and nuclear weapons have been destroyed along with the long-range missiles to deliver them.
The return of inspectors is a key demand of the council, and especially of the US, which has accused Iraq of rebuilding its weapons programs and of supporting terrorism.