French appetite grows for horsemeat | News | Al Jazeera

French appetite grows for horsemeat

While many in Europe discard potentially contaminated meat, butchers in one country report surge in sales.

    An investigation into Europe's horsemeat scandal has found a drug discovered in the animals is of little risk to humans.

    Horse was found in products across the continent that were labelled as beef, but the scandal has not dented the French appetite for horsemeat.

    Al Jazeera's Emma Haywood reports from Paris.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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