Public "willing to pay" 230 times over for food safety testing

A cost-benefit study of the Ministry of Agriculture's food surveillance programme has concluded that the public are willing to pay almost £900 million per year for monitoring of dioxins, lead, nitrate and other contaminants - 230 times the actual budget. The results demonstrate a high level of concern about food safety - but raise fresh doubt about the validity of such studies.

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