Asda boss' horsemeat shock

The boss of Asda today described his "shock" as revelations of the horsemeat contamination scandal broke, vowing to leave "no stone unturned" to address problems in the supply chain.

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Iceland blames councils for driving down food standards

The boss of Iceland has blamed local councils for driving down food standards and contributing to the horsemeat scandal.

Today, allegations that the government knew horsemeat entered the food chain as far back as 2011 have emerged, and the government says it is investigating.

Meanwhile, farmers' markets are reporting a hike in sales, as shoppers increasingly want to know where their meat has come from.

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