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Following consumer uproar, retailers take a hard look at their meat procurement processes
11 months 3 weeks ago
Following the recent meat scandal abattoir owners have been quick to divert the blame saying the health department is not doing enough to avoid cross-contamination and mislabelling Read Full Article
1 year 1 day ago
Local red meat producers and advocacy groups have decried unscrupulous meat importers and wholesalers who getting away with the mislabeling of kangaroo, water buffalo and chicken. Read Full Article
1 year 1 day ago
After warnings of medical reactions to mislabelled meat products, meat industry representatives are meeting in Paarl to discuss the situation. Read Full Article
1 year 3 days ago
The meat scandal has left a bad taste in consumers' mouths and now consumer bodies are calling for suppliers to face the music. Read Full Article
1 year 4 days ago
Several South African supermarkets have been named for incorrectly labelling meat products in a scandal that has griped the world's attention. Read Full Article
1 year 1 week ago
The Red Meat Industry Forum and Media 24 have requested Stellenbosch University to release the names of meat mislabelling culprits under the Promotion of Access to Information Act Read Full Article
1 year 2 weeks ago
The names of retailers whose meat was sampled to determine its actual ingredients will be handed over to the Red Meat Industry Forum on Thursday. Read Full Article
1 year 1 month ago
Kosher and Halaal meat products could provide South African consumers with an alternative, following the scandal that rocked the meat industry. Read Full Article
1 year 1 month ago
The National Consumer Commission has launched an investigation into the meat mislabeling scandal to find out who is responsible. Read Full Article
1 year 1 month ago
Government has requested an urgent probe into the issue after various studies show that meat products have been mislabelled in SA. Read Full Article

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