Your UK- based food factory manufactures several varieties of soups—many of which contain animal products. But since you have neither farm nor slaughterhouse, you outsource your company’s meat production to a third party that provides your company with the beef and chicken that you need.
But when a customer discovers that the “beef” inside of a can of your company’s stew is actually horse meat, how will you respond? A recall is probably going to be necessary. You will lose customers, and will have to deal with a major monetary loss that will extend for years to come.
Edited by Ryan Sartor