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# Beef

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# Horse Meat
French watchdog trying to find 'origin of horsemeat fraud'
The DGCCRF says the Findus lasagnes, though processed in Luxembourg, got their ‘beef’ from a French supplier.
# Horse Meat
Findus 'horse meat' lasagne on sale in Ireland
The product, which was found to contain up to 100 per cent horse meat in the UK, was withdrawn from Tesco shelves on Wednesday but the FSAI was not informed.
# Horse Meat
Rangeland Food recommences production, says it was "victim of fraud"
The plant in Monaghan had halted production after tests into a consignment of Polish beef found positive traces of horse DNA.
# horse burgers
Monaghan meat company finds horse DNA in Polish beef
Rangeland Foods has temporarily shut down production after it found the equine traces in an ingredient it received from Poland.
# horse burgers
Polish authorities find 'no evidence' of horse DNA at supplier
Poland’s veterinary authority says it can’t find any sign of horse meat in five out of six suppliers tested so far.
# horse burgers
ABP: "We have let our customers down and we apologise"
The food company said it understood Tesco’s decision to stop sourcing meat from Silvercrest Foods.
# need to know
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Column: Make no mistake - it is time to make beef-eating taboo
Being a regular steak consumer should be considered more environmentally egregious than being an SUV driver, writes Frank Armstrong.
# Sheep Meat
Irish lamb now on the menu in Singapore
Singapore has opened its trade doors to Irish sheep meat.
# Exports
Libya to lift ban on Irish beef 'shortly'
The Government is expecting official confirmation of the end of the 16-year-long ban imminently.
# Good News
Singapore lifts ban on Irish beef
There is some good news for Irish farmers today as Singapore lifts its 11-year-old ban on Irish beef.
# Jobswatch
McDonald's creates 60 jobs with new Ballymun restaurant
The fast food chain opens its 80th Irish restaurant today, bringing its total Irish workforce to over 3,800.
# Fukushima
Fukushima plant 'successfully stabilised', 131 days after tsunami
Naoto Kan has told a parliamentary committee that the Fukushima I power plant should be closed by January.
# Japan
Fukushima beef shipments banned
It is believed that consumers have bought meat from cows that ate rice straw exposed to radiation.
# queen's visit
Hungry yet? Beef and salmon on the menu for Royal dinner
Ever had Meath strawberries? How about Irish apple balsamic vinegar meringue? All on the menu in Dublin Castle tonight.
One in five McDonald's hamburgers sold in Europe is of Irish origin
McDonalds exported €30m more Irish beef in 2010 than in 2008.