Full report: Schools reassure parents in the wake of the horsemeat scare

Schools have today tried to reassure parents about the safety of pupils' meals in the wake of the horsemeat scare. In Bristol, some meals have been removed from the menu in secondary schools, as what the supplier calls "a precaution".

Meanwhile a food processing plant in the city has restarted full production after one of its products was withdrawn by Asda. Watch Bob Constantine's report.

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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 The product has now been withdrawn.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.