FULL REPORT: Contaminated beef products at Bradley Stoke factory

Traces of horse DNA have been found in beef products made at a food factory near Bristol. A bolognese sauce made by Greencore of Bradley Stoke for Asda has been removed from supermarket shelves.

The company says the meat was supplied by a firm in Ireland and "it's extremely concerned that quality may have been affected". As concern increases, family butchers report growing demand for locally-sourced fresh meat. Bob Constantine reports.

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Horse meat contamination

Greencore, a prepared meals processor in Bradley Stoke, South Glos, has found horse DNA in bolognese sauce it makes for ASDA. The product has now been withdrawn. The horse meat scandal is benefiting the fresh meat industry.