Health & Environmental

Police raids in France, Spain in new horsemeat scandal

“French police made 21 arrests on Monday as part of an investigation into claims that meat from horses used for drugs testing found its way into the food chain. The arrests were made at various locations in the south of France following a tip-off that hundreds of horses, including some that had been owned by pharmaceutical giant Sanofi, were sold to abattoirs after their veterinary papers were falsified, a police source told AFP.”

Source: Police raids in France, Spain in new horsemeat scandal | GulfNews.com

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