NETHERLANDS: BSE crisis begins to show in meat sales
Food retail sales in the Netherlands grew by 2.5% in value in the first 11 months of 2000, according to the Dutch Central Bureau of Statistics . Non-food retail sales increased by 5.1%. The BSE crisis is at last showing an impact on meat sales in the Netherlands. Until recently, sales of beef had not changed significantly in spite of all the publicity surrounding the BSE-problem. However in November and December 2000, sales of meat replacements such as tofu and soya-sausages suddenly rose by 25% compared to the same period in 1999, according to figures from
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