The horsemeat scandal sparks a new relationship between farmers, retailers and consumers.
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Seventy jobs are under threat at a Welsh cheese factory. Can small operations survive?
European agriculture ministers try to rush through new rules on food labelling.
European ministers meet today to discuss whether the horsemeat crisis has been contained.
Anna Hill traces the food system from your burger back to the farm.
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What will it take to stop fly-grazing of horses? The NFU calls for ASBOs.
One of Amsterdam's most famous restaurants has been selling horse steaks as beef.
Barcodes at the butchers - meat traceability in the light of the horsemeat scandal.
Charlotte Smith visits a 'nature friendly' farm run by the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust. (R)
How can retailers regain trust? Charlotte Smith examines Red Tractor standards.
With farm incomes falling, is diversification the only way forward for farmers?
Charlotte Smith hears about the cocktail of drugs we could be eating in our horse lasagne.
A deal over horse movements between the UK, France and Ireland is fuelling illegal trading
It is feared some of England's biodiverse landscapes could be lost as a grant scheme ends.
An industry expert says the horsemeat scandal could be good news for British farmers.
The racket in illegal horsemeat in Ireland is continuing. Charlotte Smith reports.
Charlotte Smith looks at the case for compensating landowners for High-Speed Rail plans.
Charlotte Smith asks, can high-speed rail bring progress to the countryside?
Changes to the way European fishermen work - what will they mean for the fishing industry?
The EU's fisheries policy is expected to get the biggest shake-up in its history today.
The foreign fruit fly invaders which are laying eggs in Britain's summer fruits.
The rural view of high-speed rail - a blight on the landscape or an engine of growth?
Lambing time - how farmers across the country are coping with poor prices and disease.
Charlotte Smith hears Europe wants to restrict pesticides to save bees.