HORSEMEAT: NFU, Tesco to "work closely" on sourcing commitment

By Katy Askew | 8 March 2013

The UK's National Farmers Union has met with Tesco to discuss how the country's largest retailer can implement its pledge to source more meat products in the UK.

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The UK's National Farmers Union has met with Tesco to discuss how the country's largest retailer can implement its pledge to source more meat products in the UK.

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