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Horsemeat scandal: Romania investigating possible source

Officials in Romania are investigating whether horsemeat found in beef products in Britain and France came from a Romanian abattoir.

Six supermarket chains in France have cleared a number of Findus products from their shelves, over uncertainty as to the source of their meat content.

In the UK, where the problem was first identified, Environment Secretary Owen Paterson said that the government was determined to "get to the bottom of it".

Andy Moore reports.

  • 10 Feb 2013
  • From the section UK
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