If you thought the British high street had cleaned up its act when it came to falsely advertised meat, think again.
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.
Tests reveal more than 1% horse DNA in two products
FSA chief says tests must be conducted on other meats in the food chain
Revelations come amid concerns that luxury meals could be next to be hit by scandal
Labyrinthine supply chains exist for a reason - to fill a demand for cheap meat
Findus, Tesco and Aldi all withdrew a variety of frozen beef products from sale yesterday following new information from a French supplier, Comigel
Beef Products Inc former employees sues Oliver and others after losing his job
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Tesco has announced a £25 million annual deal with beef and pork farmers, promising them better prices and longer contracts.
The French are known to like their beef, and they also like their wine. In the southern village of Lunel-Viel, in the Hérault department in southern France, some farmers have taken the next step and are feeding wine to their beef cattle on the principle that if French beef tastes good now, it can only improve with a bottle of Saint-Geniès des Mourgues.
One bad pun aside, few country inns live up to this Devon delight
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I'm trying to cast my mind back to the tail end of 2011, when 34 was my lunch destination, rather than my waist measurement, and I'm struggling. My memories of this new Mayfair smoothie, the latest launch from Richard Caring's fast-expanding Caprice Holdings group, have soft-focused into a vague impression of luxury, of deep carpets and heavy silverware, all sepia-tinted by the glow from a host of flickering table lamps.