Scottish farmers say they are adamant that failures within the food chain will not derail time and effort spent into building Scotland's reputation for red meat.
It comes as more beef products are tested for horse DNA.
The National Farmers Union for Scotland (NFUS) say consumers can keep faith in the integrity of Scottish produce, and are encouraging consumers to continue supporting Scottish farmers by buying their meat, from the butchers or the supermarket.
“Whether you are looking at Scotch or you are looking at the red tractor symbol, these are extremely important for the consumer to look for those symbols, to give an assurance of traceability and quality.
"By buying these products, consumers are supporting the entire UK farming community, and the industry. You are buying into the entire culture of the country, and the environment and the welfare that is attached to that."
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