NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. -- A significant number of consumers who took a break from eating beef will be eating it again come grilling season -- if there are no more reports of mad cow disease, a Rutgers University study shows. In fact, 44% of those who said they've quit eating beef or have limited their consumption of it said they'd resume their old beef-eating habits within six months; of those, 14.5% said they'd be eating beef again within six weeks; most others, within a year. "Our findings ...

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