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Did the horsemeat scandal change our habits?

14 January 2014 Last updated at 06:49 GMT

A year after the horsemeat scandal first hit the headlines, there are still concerns about the origin of some food in the UK.

A study by the consumer organisation Which? found that in some areas, local authorities had not carried out any hygiene tests on food served in places like restaurants, schools and hospitals.

But, as Breakfast's Tim Muffett reports, the impact of the scandal on our eating habits may be softening.

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