There are fancy dress costumes. And there's this... Yes, if you're a man-or-woman-about-town looking for a novelty outfit
Findus, Tesco, Waitrose, the FSA, everyone involved. They will all get away with it now. The scale and extent of this scandal will mean that people will simply want it to be over. Nobody wanted to know how their food was produced in the first place, and nobody will want to be reminded of it.
Horse meat contaminated with veterinary drug bute is believed to have entered the food chain in France, the French ministry
Birds Eye is withdrawing three beef ready meals from sale in the UK and Ireland. The move follows tests that found 2% of
The horsemeat scandal has served to highlight the inadequacies of a food system driven by profit, and the fact that it's those buying the cheapest food who are falling victim to them. Processed food makes money. But, it does not make us well.
More than a month after equine DNA blighted burgers in British and Irish supermarkets, the horse meat scandal has now hit
The need for crisis management has never been greater for the food industry. So what does the current horse meat debacle tell us about the right and wrong ways to tackle crisis management?
Europe's Health and Consumer policy chief has rejected claims that EU policy was to blame for the horsemeat scandal. Commissioner
A few enterprising souls have decided to cash in on the horse meat scandal currently blighting the pasta-based ready meals
The hunt for horse meat in the food chain will be widened to include chicken, pork and lamb, the Food Standards Agency has