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12 minutes
First broadcast:
Monday 11 February 2013

Charlotte Smith hears how racketeering led cheap Irish horsemeat to get into our food chain. Steve Philpotts from the Ulster Society Prevention Cruelty to Animals says that he has two years worth of evidence that passports are being faked. This means that horsemeat containing drugs may be on sale to food manufacturers.And Charlotte visits a farm in Hertfordshire that is diversifying its business so it no longer has to rely on the fickle world of farming.Presented by Charlotte Smith and produced by Emma Weatherill.



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