Butchers in the West Country are seeing a rise in local trade after people are turning away from ready-cooked meat from supermarkets. It follows yesterday's findings that horsemeat from a Somerset abattoir has been found to contain traces of the potentially harmful painkiller Bute.
One butcher in Exeter says his business has boomed by a third. Our Somerset Corespondent David Woodland will have more on this story on ITV West Country News at 6pm.
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