February 18, 2013

Market Forces Took Horse Meat from Farm to Fork

Der Spiegel, Der Spiegel

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The current affair in Europe that has seen unlabeled horsemeat appear in store-bought frozen lasagne shows just how widely the demand for insanely cheap prices and murky supply channels have opened the door for fraud.

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