Hull man sentenced for being 'right hand man' in horsemeat scandal

Hull man sentenced for being 'right hand man' in horsemeat scandal
 

A Hull man who was part of a plot to sell 30 tons of horsemeat as beef, most of which entered the food chain, has walked free from court with a suspended sentence.
Alex Beech, 44, of Highfield Close, Sutton, played a key role in the scandal that saw contaminated meat sold at supermarkets across Britain.
Andronicos Sideras, 55, one of the owners of meat manufacturer Dinos & Sons, mixed the products together before the mixture was sold to other firms in a scam that deceived consumers and food processors.
Ulrik Nielsen, 58, the Danish owner of FlexiFoods, bought horsemeat and beef from... read more

 
31 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 68
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