Mad cow disease still dominates the talk of residents in Washington state, where shoppers feel closer to the incident than others across the country. SN spoke to several in western Washington about the BSE case and their beef shopping patterns. Most indicated that they are not changing how they shop for or select their beef items at the retail level. natural items. Those are not affected. Edward Leite 68, Retired U.S. Marine, Seattle Today, I am not concerned at all about the beef in the ...

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