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5 Ireland FSA finds Listeria and Campylobacter in raw milk 1026
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7 DNA tests show one third of 'Irish pork' is not Irish 1154
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11 Sheep's milk protein found in UK goats' cheese 3153
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14 Five arrested as meat scandal spreads to more international chains 1331
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24 Rampant mislabelling of beef in Korea 952
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26 US study finds chicken nuggets contain only 50% meat 1001
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28 UK study finds hepatitis E in sausages 1027
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