Public confidence in the food industry has been undermined by the horsemeat scandal, according to an ITV News Index poll carried out by ComRes.
- 31% of people said they were confident the meat they buy contains the ingredients stated on the label.
- 43% said they were not confident their meat product was correctly labelled.
- 36% of people said they thought the food industry was "generally trustworthy"
- 44% disagreed that the food industry was "generally trustworthy"
ComRes surveyed 2,050 people.
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The horsemeat scandal continues to diminish public confidence in the food industry, an ITV News Index poll finds.