McAdam Foods identifies itself as dealer at centre of horsemeat controversy

A Co Monaghan meat company has identified itself as the dealer at the centre of the horsemeat controversy.

McAdam Foods said it had no awareness or knowledge whatsoever of possible equine content in meat products it imported and supplied to other companies.


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