MUNDAY | REES POLLOCK
From a health perspective, not in the slightest – I’ve voluntarily eaten horse in France. But from an information perspective, people should be expected to eat what it says on the packet.
DAVID THOMSON | RPS GROUP
It’s a pretty dreadful breach of trust in terms of people not being aware of where their meat is sourced. And the concern from a health perspective is that horsemeat isn’t regulated in the same way as beef and may contain carcinogenic bute.
NELINA KIME | DWF
It doesn’t affect me… From what I’ve read there aren’t any health implications as a result. So even if I was to find out that I had inadvertently eaten horse meat, it wouldn’t be of any concern to me.