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Mince dropped from Pembrokeshire menus after horsemeat found

Pembrokeshire Council has withdrawn all mince products from its menus, after it says horse meat was discovered in a batch of frozen mince, from one of its suppliers in south east Wales.

The meat came from a firm in Newport, south Wales, which said it had been let down by a non-Welsh company which supplied it.

A sample of meat had "potentially" tested positive for horsemeat but the firm had taken the decision to inform customers and withdraw the product immediately.

BBC Wales Today reporter Jordan Davies told Rebecca John about developments.

  • 27 Feb 2013
  • From the section Wales