Horsemeat scandal: Welsh councils pull beef from menus

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Six Welsh councils have confirmed they have withdrawn certain meat products from schools and care homes as a precaution, following another horsemeat scare.

It has emerged that Bridgend, Cardiff, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, Swansea and the Vale of Glamorgan local authorities are all affected.

It follows a potential positive test for horse DNA in frozen mince supplied to Newport-based Welsh Bros Ltd three months ago.

Jordan Davies reports.

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