Fast-food chain operator Mos Food Services Inc. said Tuesday it will suspend sales of burgers made with U.S. beef after each shop’s current inventory runs out, possibly beginning in February.

The decision concerns the Mos Rice Burger Yakiniku, priced at 300 yen, and follows a government decision last month to ban U.S. beef imports due to the case of mad cow disease there.

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