No horse DNA in latest Liffey Meats burgers

New laboratory test results by the Department of Agriculture have detected no horse DNA in a range of beef burgers manufactured by Liffey Meats.

22nd January, 2013
New tests: no horse DNA

New laboratory test results by the Department of Agriculture have detected no horse DNA in a range of beef burgers manufactured by Liffey Meats.

The tests covered samples taken in the period from 10th to 16th January.

Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney said this was "very positive news".

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