Retailers to spend "400,000 euros" on DNA tests

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Radio Sweden talked to Thomas Svaton, head of the industry association for grocery retailers. He says they will step up checks on food, running a DNA tests at a cost of over SEK 3,300,000 (400,000 euros).

But his association is opposed to labelling all meat with its country of origin. He says that with much processed meat this is simply not possible.

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