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While the horsemeat scandal has damaged the reputation of Irish food, it should ultimately mean that standards here will be tightened up, writes Catherine O'Mahony.

17th February, 2013
Horsemeat is no more dangerous or sinister than any other meat.

While the horsemeat scandal has damaged the reputation of Irish food, it should ultimately mean that standards here will be tightened up, which can only be a good thing

One movie that always makes me cry is The Misfits, Arthur Miller's 1961 film that centred on the hunt for wild mustangs to be used as petfood.

There is something unbearably tragic about the spectacle of these beautiful, vibrant animals being hunted down in their prime to...

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