FSA tight-lipped on reassurance campaigns following horsemeat scandal
By Daniel Farey-Jones Wednesday, 30 January 2013 09:00AM
The UK food industry is yet to produce a joint comms strategy to deal with the fallout from the 'horseburger' affair, as investigations continue over how horsemeat ended up in beefburgers on sale in supermarkets.
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