Marks & Spencer admits its cauliflower steak hasn’t been tested for mad cow disease

Marks & Spencer admits its cauliflower steak hasn’t been tested for mad cow disease

  Marks and Spencer has finally admitted that its cauliflower steak has not been tested for mad cow disease The W1nners’ Club can reveal.   The veggie steak which consists of two slices of cauliflower and a lemon and herb drizzle, was being sold for £2 and is apparently to steak what David Beckham is…

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Steak from micro-chipped Argentinian cows will soon be sold in pet shops

Steak from micro-chipped Argentinian cows will soon be sold in pet shops

  Steak that is derived from the meat of Argentinian cows that are micro-chipped will soon be sold in pet shops The W1nners’ Club has recently learned.   The South American state’s government is promoting the technology in an effort to increase the traceability of supplies and to make beef shipments more attractive as household…

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