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McDonald’s,” AP Worldstream, January 16, 2001.
plummet by as much as 50 percent: Cited in Geoff Winestock, “‘Mad-Cow’ Disease Cases Jump Despite EU Increased Testing,” Wall Street
Journal, January 8, 2001.
275 one-quarter of the firms handling “prohibited” feed: Cited in “Food Safety: Controls Can Be Strengthened to Reduce the Risk of Disease
Linked to Unsafe Animal Feed,” GAO/RCD-00–255, United States General Accounting Office, September 2000, p. 12.
one-fifth of the firms handling both: Cited in ibid., p. 12.
one out of every ten rendering firms: Cited in ibid., p. 12.
In Colorado, more than one-quarter: Cited in Michael Booth, “Mad Cow Rules Violated,” Denver Post, May 13, 2001.
sales in Europe had already fallen by 10 percent: Cited in “McDonald’s Not Out of Mad Cows Woods Yet — CFO,” Reuters, February 28,
“If McDonald’s is requiring something”: Quoted in Philip Brasher, “McDonald’s Forcing Beef Industry to Comply with...
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