IKEA Drawn Into Horse-Meat Scandal

IKEA temporarily stopped selling meatballs at some of its European stores after inspectors discovered traces of horse meat in the furniture giant's signature food item. Dr. Richard Fielding, a professor at the University of Hong Kong's school of public health, talks about how the case shines a light on the problems of global food production.

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