By Julia Glotz2013-02-16T16:49:00+00:00
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Nestlé has become the latest food giant to be dragged into the horse meat scandal, after finding traces of horse DNA in three products on sale in Spain, Italy and France.
The French meat processor suspected of being at the heart of the horse meat scandal has had its licence partially reinstated, allowing it to remain a going concern while investigations continue.
Frozen burger sales have plummeted by 40% year-on-year in the wake of the horse meat scandal, new research has revealed.
Almost half of respondents to the study cited high standards and regulation as a key source of trust, but only 25% placed their faith in food from the US
The decrease in recalls could be due to ‘increased awareness’ of food safety implications brought about by the publicity surrounding Nastasha’s Law, said RPC
Tesco will also be topping up all donations made during the collection period with a 20% cash donation to help the charities involved
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