Horsemeat scandal: Welsh government 'failed to promote lamb and beef'

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The Welsh government has been accused of failing to capitalise on the horsemeat scandal by promoting Welsh beef and lamb.

Prof Terry Marsden, a former government food adviser, says it was a "classic case" of the Welsh government failing to make more out of a commercial opportunity.

The Welsh government says it will review the way it handled the scandal.

Jordan Davies reports.

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