Neigh thanks! Food minister turns down Findus bolognese lunch because it would be 'bad politics' to eat it David Heath did not want to 'revisit' John Selwyn Gummer's infamous photoMr Gummer was photographed eating a burger during the mad cow crisis By Nick Constable PUBLISHED: 00:21 GMT, 10 February 2013 | UPDATED: 12:51 GMT, 10 February 2013 Food Minister David Heath yesterday declined The Mail On Sunday’s offer of a tasty Findus spaghetti bolognese lunch, saying he wouldn’t be ‘revisiting’ John Selwyn Gummer’s infamous photo call with a beefburger.
Findus lasagnes have been 'contaminated with horse meat since last summer', leaked letter reveals as supermarkets clear YET MORE shelvesLasagne packs manufactured at plant in Metz by French company ComigelConcerns the horse meat contained drug bute – a known human health riskFirm 'was told last week that food had been contaminated since August' Top politicians say they will no longer eat processed beef after scandalComigel could face prosecution for supplying mis-labelled meat are likely to be non-conform and consequently the labelling on finished products is incorrect. The supplier has asked us to withdraw the raw material batches.' Findus could not be reached for comment on Mr Watson's claim
Mon dieu! Just one in five French quaff a glass of wine per day as fizzy drinks and fruit juice push it off the table Study by French Ministry of Agriculture reveals major fall in consumptionAverage French person now consumes equivalent of a glass per dayHealth concerns and economic worries blamed for fall in popularity | UPDATED: 00:37 GMT, 30 November 2012 There are many foods that you might think of as quintessentially French: baguettes, snails, a slice or two of fromage, garlic, onions and of course frogs’ legs.