The Commons Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee chairman Anne McIntosh described the scale of the contamination in the food chain as "breathtaking" and warned that restoring consumer confidence would take time and money.
The Government has a role to secure the correct balance between affordable food prices and effective regulations that require transparency and quality.
The consumer cannot be left to face a Catch 22 where they can either pay for food that complies with the highest standards of traceability, labelling and testing or accept that they cannot trust the provenance and composition of the foods they eat.
More top news
The shadow chancellor insisted that he was being honest - but others will see it part of a culture of abuse and violent rhetoric.
Rebel umbrella group said they would not accept Russia as a sponsor of a peace deal as it was a partner in 'crimes against our people'.
The Englishman believes the Gunners overcame a psychological hurdle against their London rivals at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.