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Beef consumption: the impact of BSE

Beef consumption: the impact of BSE: 73pp.
Beef consumption: the impact of BSE
Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) seems to have caused lasting and irreparable damage to the household consumption of beef and beef products in the Nottingham and Kegworth areas of the UK. It is evident that public confidence in beef has been severely dented and that the adverse effects of BSE remain prominent. Faced with the prospects of reduced beef demand for purely dietary reasons, the industry can ill afford an additional and sustained effect from BSE.

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