Two out of every five Canadians say they have reduced their consumption of beef in the wake of a massive recall linked to an Alberta packer, according to a new survey.

Taken in late November a month after slaughter operations resumed at the Brooks facility, the Internet poll found 42 per cent of consumers were eating less beef or had eliminated it entirely from their diet when asked whether concerns about E. coli contamination had affected their consumption.

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