National Food Crime Unit investigating potential food fraud involving pre-packed sliced beef in UK

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The National Food Crime Unit (NFCU) in the UK is investigating potential food fraud involving pre-packaged sliced beef that was labelled as British but came from South America and Europe. A UK supermarket has removed the affected products from its shelves. Andrew Quinn, deputy chief of the NFCU, stated that it was not a food safety issue but a matter of food fraud, which the unit takes very seriously. The investigation, codenamed “Operation Hawk,” was made public in December by the Food Standards Agency, which is the parent body of the NFCU. The NFCU has not named the retailer or the supplier of the meat, and investigations are ongoing.

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