Horse medication discovered in Asda budget corned beef

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ASDA has recalled all corned beef from its budget range after traces of horse medication were discovered.

"Very low levels" of phenylbutazone, a painkilling medicine commonly known as "bute", were detected in Smart Price Corned Beef batches, according the Food Standards Agency.

Richard Lister reports.

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