6 out of 10 surveyed would shun U.S. beef

JAPAN - More than six out of 10 consumers said they would still avoid U.S. beef when imports are resumed, according to an Asahi Shimbun survey. U.S. beef imports were suspended in December 2003 following confirmation of the country's first case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or mad cow disease.

Source: Asahi.com
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