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Horsemeat scandal: Welsh government 'failed to promote lamb and beef'

The Welsh government has been accused of failing to capitalise on the horsemeat scandal by promoting Welsh beef and lamb.

Prof Terry Marsden, a former government food adviser, says it was a "classic case" of the Welsh government failing to make more out of a commercial opportunity.

The Welsh government says it will review the way it handled the scandal.

Jordan Davies reports.

  • 23 May 2013
  • From the section Wales