horsemeat


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horsemeat

(ˈhɔːsmiːt)
n
the flesh of a horse, esp edible horse meat
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.horsemeat - the flesh of horses as food
Equus caballus, horse - solid-hoofed herbivorous quadruped domesticated since prehistoric times
meat - the flesh of animals (including fishes and birds and snails) used as food
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POLICE probing illegal horsemeat trafficking across Europe have arrested 26 suspects.
A MID Wales meat plant boss and an employee have denied mislabelling goat meat after an investigation sparked by last year's horsemeat scandal.
The academic is currently conducting a major review of food traceability in the wake of horsemeat scandal,
The men were initially arrested on suspicion of fraud in February last year at the height of the horsemeat scandal, following a raid by Food Standards Agency officials investigating claims of horsemeat being sold on as beef.
A LIVERPOOL MP has called for a crack new team of detectives to prevent a repeat of the horsemeat scandal.
The comment was made with regard to the horsemeat scandal that shook the globe earlier this year, when European authorities discovered that horse DNA was present in beef burgers, mince pies, and other food products.
In the early part of 2013, outrage was sparked by reports that Tesco and other British grocery stores were selling hamburger patties with was 29 per cent made of horsemeat.
London, Nov 15 ( ANI ): Anne, the Princess Royal has sparked outrage after she suggested that people should start eating horsemeat.
THE owner of Batley-based Fox's Biscuits felt the effects of the horsemeat scandal as it slumped to an annual loss.
THE government must remove the confusion that marred the response to the horsemeat contamination crisis and improve its understanding of potential food fraud, according to a report.
THE West Midland maker of Goodfella's pizza and Fox's biscuits said it was still feeling the effects of the horsemeat scandal following a fall in quarterly profits.