Steer Clear of Fear
- The simpler the better. Weisberg, Karen // FoodService Director;2/15/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p53
Discusses the strategy of foodservice operators to cater to costumer demands despite mad cow concerns. Curt Winebrenner, executive chef at the National Association of Security Dealers; Roger Beaulieu, director of culinary development CulinArt.
- In brief. // Food Management;Apr2002, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p10
Reports developments related to foodservice industry in the U.S. as of April 2002. Detection of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy on human food supply; Vote of the House of Representatives aimed at banning private prison foodservice; Prohibition of keeping irradiated food out of federal...
- Worried About Mad Cow Disease? Grover, Steven F.; Cohn, Sheila R. // Restaurant Hospitality;May2001, Vol. 85 Issue 5, p126
Focuses on the bovine spongiform encephalopathy epidemic, or mad cow disease, that hit some European countries during early months of 2001. Implications on restaurants and consumers; Background on the disease; Action taken by the United States to prevent the spread of the disease.
- WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE BEEF YOU EAT. Robinson, Jo // Mother Earth News;Feb/Mar2008, Issue 226, p74
This article presents information on the production of beef. It discusses the traditional and the industrialized processes of preserving meat, the environmental and health effects of the industrialized process, and the emergence of mad cow disease. The safety of growth-promoting implants used on...
- Mad-Cow Scare Spurs School Menu Changes. Carroll, Catherine A. // Education Week;1/14/2004, Vol. 23 Issue 18, p5
The article focuses on the change of menu of some of the schools due to scare of mad cow. At least three school districts had pulled beef from their menus as of last week because of concerns about mad cow disease. Diana Sirko, the superintendent of the 1,500-student Aspen school district said...
- Mad cow news hasn't brought blues to Texas beef. Munday, Steve // Fort Worth Business Press;1/2/2004, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p1
Reports on the occurrence of mad cow disease in the U.S. Transmission of the disease through feed supplements; Impact of the disease on beef industry; Continuity of hamburger sales according to several food chains.
- vCJD risk in the Republic of Ireland. Harney, Michael S.; Ghani, Azra C.; Donnelly, C. A.; Walsh, Rory McConn; Walsh, Michael; Howley, Rachel; Brett, Francesca; Farrell, Michael // BMC Infectious Diseases;2003, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p28
Background: The Republic of Ireland has the second highest incidence of BSE worldwide. Only a single case of vCJD has been identified to date. Methods: We estimate the total future number of clinical cases of vCJD using an established mathematical model, and based on infectivity of bovine tissue...
- Real Reasons to Be Mad About Beef -- By Michele Simon and
Richard Ganis. // Ascribe Newswire: Health;1/22/2004, p6
Beef producers have been rehearsing responses to a potential American BSE crisis since the mid-1980's, when the devastating illness emerged in England' cattle herds and developed into an epidemic among cows fed recycled meat and bone meal. Just before Christmas, U.S. Department of Agriculture...
- Letters Email Fax. Broach, Danny E.; Bartmann, Kim; Kuntz, Peter; Coknyn, John; Serber, Carol; Labrecque, Rick; Haves, Makcy // Restaurant Business;4/15/2004, Vol. 103 Issue 7, p12
Presents letters to the editor related to restaurant business in the U.S., published in the April 15, 2004 issue of the journal "Restaurant Business." Narration of an experience of restaurant dinning; Appreciation of the article titled "The Rookies," published in the December 15, 2003 issue of...