Beef removed from Staffordshire school menus
Beef has been removed from school meals across Staffordshire as a precautionary measure amid the horsemeat scandal.
The county council, which provides meals to 87% of its schools, said there was no suggestion there had been a problem with contamination.
Councillor Mark Winnington said the authority wanted to be careful "with our children's diets".
15 Feb 2013
- From the section Stoke & Staffordshire