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Muslim leader: Pork DNA find could hit Irish beef sales
A leader of Ireland's Muslims has warned that the discovery of pork DNA in halal products could damage the reputation of Irish meat.
Tyrone food company McColgan's and distributors 3663 withdrew products after pork traces were found in pies meant for English and Irish jails.
Pork is strictly forbidden by Islamic dietary rules.
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