UK: Rotherham health officials warn that pet food-for-human-consumption case is not unique
British consumers were relieved to see justice done after the imprisonment of five men last month for their part in the multi-million pound pet food scam that saw condemned pet food sold for human consumption. Environmental health officers in Yorkshire revealed on Wednesday (3 January) however that the case was not unique, forcing many to once more eye their dinner plates with suspicion.
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