Horse burger meat scandal - is the food supply chain saddled with a fundamental weakness?

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Trewin Restorick argues that the horse meat scandal has highlighted a blinkered approach to supply chain management

Last year I spent two days wandering around a small Irish family dairy farm, visiting a high-tech dairy processing plant and listening to the Irish minister of agriculture talk about their sustainability...

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