Horsemeat Scandal: Top-end beef in demand

While the horsemeat scandal was making headlines around Europe over the past two weeks, it seems not to have gained traction further afield - for now.

17th February, 2013

While the horsemeat scandal was making headlines around Europe over the past two weeks, Allan Morris, managing director of the premium beef suppliers Donald Russell, was selling the firm's top-end produce to customers in Hong Kong, Dubai, Lyon and London.

"They weren't talking about it at all," he said.

"The only comment around it was that it's fantastic that Ireland found this first. As far as they are concerned, it reinforces their belief that we...

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