Up until two weeks ago, if you asked a viewer of the BBC or CNN to name the first country that comes to mind when they thought about food scandals, "China" would have very likely been the response.Saturday, 2 March, 2013, 3:30am 1 comment
Readers may recall our recent piece on Singapore Airlines and strawberry ice cream. This was about a woman on a Singapore Airlines flight who when offered strawberry ice cream asked if she could have either chocolate or vanilla, since she wasn't keen on the strawberry option.21 Feb 2013 - 6:07am 1 comment
Britain’s House of Commons on Tuesday withdrew four beef products from its canteen menus as tests were carried out for traces of horsemeat, a spokesman said.
The move to test the “meat derivative” items was taken as a “precaution” as the horsemeat scandal directly affected lawmakers for the first time.29 Aug 2013 - 4:13am
A frozen beef product found to contain horse DNA in Britain is being pulled from supermarket shelves in Hong Kong, the government said last night. The 360g packs of Findus Beef Lasagne were previously sold at ParknShop and its subsidiaries Great and Taste, a spokeswoman for the chain said. She declined to say how many boxes had been imported, sold or recalled.22 Feb 2013 - 8:53pm
Burgers containing horse DNA have been discovered at a second major plant in Ireland, the country’s agriculture department said on Monday, again pointing the finger at Poland as the country of origin for the raw materials.5 Feb 2013 - 10:51am