Horsemeat scandal widens after N Ireland discovery

The Horsemeat scandal widened today with traces found in a consignment in Northern Ireland.

High levels were also discovered in more contaminated meat south of the border, leading to more products being taken from the shelves of UK supermarkets.

ITV News Consumer Editor Chris Choi reports:


Horsemeat found in N Ireland

The Food Standards Agency tested meat being stored in a factory in Northern Ireland and found 80% horsemeat in two of the samples. The meat has not entered the food chain.