WASHINGTON -- Retailers got back to the business of selling beef to reassured customers after the U.S. Department of Agriculture concluded an intense, seven-week probe into the country's first confirmed case of mad cow disease. Meat department executives contacted by SN said they're satisfied the investigation was handled thoroughly. "I think the USDA has done an excellent job in pursuing this issue, and once again demonstrates why the U.S. food supply is the safest in the world," said ...

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