Organic beef and the retailers that specialize in it could be in a position to benefit from last month's revelation that meat from a cow infected with bovine spongiform encephalopathy, or mad cow disease, entered the food supply, analysts said. "You're getting all kinds of assurances that the beef supply is OK, but my sense is that this could be good for a Whole Foods or a Wild Oats," said Jonathan Ziegler, principal at PUPS Investment Management, Santa Barbara, Calif. "Organics are ...

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