Sunday February 23, 2020

Tipperary food plant suspended in horsemeat enquiry

The Department of Agriculture has “suspended operations” at B&F Meats, in Carrick on Suir, after the discovery that horse meat from the plant was labelled as beef.

22nd February, 2013
Simon Coveney: concerned at horsemeat mislabelling

The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine has “suspended operations” at B&F Meats, in Carrick on Suir, after the discovery that horse meat from the plant was labelled as beef.

“It has been discovered that B&F Meats, a small scale plant approved to debone beef and horsemeat, was despatching some horsemeat to a single customer in the Czech Republic via a UK based trader using a label in the Czech...

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