horse meat scandal

Europe's horsemeat scandal erupted in January, when testing in Ireland revealed that some beef products also contained equine
Is horse bacon the next big trend in Denver cuisine? We talk with Mark DeNittis from Cook Street School of Culinary Art about GMO labels, Denver Restaurant Week, horse meat, and the rebirth of the butcher in Denver's food scene.
In the wake of the horse meat scandal rocking Europe, a new survey by YouGov Omnibus reveals that nearly one out of three
The costume, retailing for £39.99 (around $60.00), includes both a "burger tunic" and a horse head mask. Yay or neigh? Become
Taboos are a funny thing, and when it comes to breaking them, certainly not all food cultures are alike.
How often has this happened to you: You're at a party, and everyone's talking about horses. But you can't join in the conversation, because you have no idea what horses are. Pretty often, we're betting.
In recent weeks, consumers in the United States may have been relieved to know the discovery of horse meat in products labeled all-beef was relegated to Europe. But The New York Times is reporting that a horse slaughterhouse in New Mexico could be approved in as little as two months.
At the time, Sue Wallis, chief executive of United Equine -- the company behind the plant -- argued to the news outlet that
The latest round of tests conducted by Britain's Food Standards Agency found that ground beef used at local Taco Bell locations contained trace amounts of horse DNA. Alexandra Ferrara, James Kotecki and Wilson White join Abby to discuss.
IKEA announced this week that it would recall meatballs and sausages from its stores across Europe amid concerns that they might contain horsemeat. In doing so, IKEA became the latest retail giant involved in a scandal so complex that it reads like a political crime thriller. Only it's real.
I never had any intentions of putting horse on my menu just for the sake of it. If found a livestock farmer raising them humanely, I would consider it. Until then, I'll keep investigating all sides of the matter, unlike the people calling for my colleagues' and my heads on a platter.
"We know our customers come to Ikea for the high-quality product, top-of-the-line materials, and easy and innovative relationship-strengthening at-home building process, not for horse meat."
Finally, someone has the guts to explain what is going on with the horse meat scandal in Europe that's grabbed international
Maybe it's just the international horsemeat scandal currently going on that made this sign stand out to us, but something