EU adopts co-ordinated plan on horse meat

The European Commission has adopted a recommendation for a coordinated plan on controls to investigate fraudulent practices and to enhance consumer confidence following the recent horse meat scandal.

19th February, 2013
EU: co-ordinated plan on horse meat

The European Commission has adopted a recommendation for a coordinated plan on controls to investigate fraudulent practices and to enhance consumer confidence following the recent horse meat scandal.

The EU will grant financial support to member states which carry out this plan.

The controls are to start immediately, running for one month and may be extended for a further two months. The plan includes two actions:

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