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David Wood, Tesco's UK marketing director, described the award-winning show as “well-crafted, authentic and inspiring” and a “great brand fit” with the supermarket

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Taco Bell is to swap

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Tex-Mex chain launches 'Power Protein' menu with twice the meat and almost half the calories

Great taste without guilt: Rare steak tataki

Rare steak tataki

Serves 4

A badger supporter in London on Saturday

Brian May leads thousands in march against badger cull

Thousands of animal welfare supporters took to the streets of central London to protest against the controversial badger-cull policy, which came into effect yesterday. Many of the protesters were dressed in black and white and chanted "Shame on Defra" and "Stop the cull". Some were walking dogs dressed in badger costumes.

A government inquiry into the adulteration of processed beef products with horsemeat and pig meat and an FSA review, both triggered by last year’s crisis, are due to report this year

Food safety testing to be beefed-up

Standards agency calls for tougher testing and monitoring by councils after horsemeat scandal

Serve Mark's beef ribs with a salad, coleslaw and maybe some potato wedges cooked in the oven

Beef ribs

Serves 4-6

Carpaccio with white radish and Berkswell cheese

Carpaccio with white radish and Berkswell cheese

Makes about 20 or more canapés/snacks

Horsemeat-tainted lasagne was found across Europe (stock photo)

Government begins horsemeat inquiry

'Wide-ranging review' aims to restore consumer confidence

Horse meat

At least it's not human: BBC horsemeat investigation uncovers 'unidentifiable' meat in lamb takeaway

If you thought the British high street had cleaned up its act when it came to falsely advertised meat, think again.

Horsemeat is very popular in several European countries

100kg of horsemeat sells as beef, including at shop just up the road from Aintree racecourse

Horsemeat weighing 100kg (220lb) and falsely labelled as beef has been identified by council officials, with 40kg (88lb) of it already sold to the public.

Horsemeat scandal: Beef products sold by Bird's Eye, Taco Bell and Brakes found to contain horse DNA

Ground beef sold in British branches of the US-owned Tex Mex restaurant chain Taco Bell has been found to contain horse DNA in the latest round of tests carried out since the start of the meat scandal.

Yorkshire pudding with braised beef in Yorkshire ale

Braised beef in Yorkshire ale

Serves 4

Premier Foods' new boss loses appetite for sell-offs

The new boss at Oxo-to-Bisto maker Premier Foods has signalled an end to the raft of sell-offs seen in recent years as the debt-laden company struggled to get back on to its feet.

Horsemeat scandal: Nestle supplier caught up in recall in Italy, Spain and France is not used for UK market

Tests reveal more than 1% horse DNA in two products

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