NEW YORK -- Retailers are reporting an increase in customer inquiries regarding natural and organic beef following last month's mad cow disease scare in Washington state. Those supermarket operators already selling such items said their customers have expressed relief that the meat they've been purchasing is from cattle that are grass-fed -- a diet that eliminates the possibility cows can contract bovine spongiform encephalopathy, which scientists believe is spread through consumption of ...

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