In case you missed Helen on Newsnight – and have not had your fill of the horsegate affair – you can view again here. Do you agree/disagree with her/don’t care… she argued that horse meat (or camel meat, or any protein) might be used – no matter what the regs say – if people, starting with the supermarkets, refuse to pay for food to be produced and manufactured properly. And if you don’t trust the burgers, or your purse is stretched, eat less meat – but quality meat. Bold for a livestock farmer…
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Cues Lane is the track, the lawn next door is the VIP enclo-sure and betting arena; food in the garden, beer everywhere. This is the weekend bank holiday end of May/early June (Whit?). An institution, rain or shine. Two races, the first being about 3/3.30pm. Six Pigs. Thousands gambled.
Helen Browning's Organic
That’s the name on the organic bacon and speedy sausages you’ll find in Sainsbury’s, Ocado and some Budgens stores. The packs are dominated by our large orange pig logo; once you’ve opened the pack, the dominating sensation will be flavour, with all the hard work that’s gone into producing a great pig being reflected in a product that feels and tastes good when you eat it.
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