Hit or miss? Defra attempts to dispel the worries over TB-infected beef
First it was horse. Now diseased cow meat is on sale for human consumption. According to The Sunday Times, the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs makes £10m a year by selling meat from diseased cattle, slaughtered after testing positive for bovine TB, to some caterers and food processors
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