Horse Meat scandal

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.
Beef products sold by Birds Eye, Taco Bell and catering supplier Brakes have been found to contain horse DNA in the latest
In the age of Horse-gate, the few minutes spent deciding whether to plump for processed spag bol or chilli con carne on the way home from work now comes with an added dose of queasy self-loathing.
After burgers, meatballs and lasagne, sausages have become the latest dish to be found to contain horse meat as the scandal
Food labelling is back in the headlines as EU ministers meet today to discuss the deepening horse meat crisis as it spreads across Europe. As recent events have shown, regulations regarding food labelling in the UK are lax and frequently serve to mislead the consumer.
In trawling nets, fish are trapped with rocks, debris and other sea life and dragged along the bottom of the sea for hours. Surely, in these circumstances, they must suffer fear, pain and stress?
Authorities in the Czech Republic have found horse meat in Ikea meatballs, the company has confirmed. The Swedish furniture
From a vegan perspective, it is interesting to watch the outrage from the public and from politicians; the cruelty and exploitation of millions of living beings are a daily occurrence, yet this does not elicit such a strong response.
Horse DNA has been found in a frozen burger in a school kitchen in Scotland, making the institution the latest to be affected
The boss of Asda today described his "shock" as revelations of the horsemeat contamination scandal broke, vowing to leave