BBC By Guy Lynn
Secret filming in one of the capital’s busiest food markets has revealed butchers and food stores prepared to sell large quantities of meat that breaks food safety laws.
West African and environmental health officer sources told the BBC the Ridley Road Market, in Dalston, was a known hotbed of illicit meat activity, including sales of illegal “smokies”, a delicacy made by charring sheep or goat with a blow torch.
Yet a Freedom of Information request to Hackney Council reveals the last enforcement visits to premises concerning illegal meat in the whole borough took place in 2009.
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