Another day, another load of 'equine DNA' found at an Irish meat plant.
The striking thing about the horseburger affair is that even though the first positive tests date back to last November, there still so much that we don't know.
This afternoon Simon Coveney faces the Oireachtas Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine. This may be our best chance yet to get some answers.
What questions would you like to see asked?
Here are few obvious ones to be going on with:
Other food agencies throughout Europe do not test for equine DNA. Why did the FSAI decide to make doing so a priority last November?
When did the board of the FSAI last meet?
Have you traced the source of horsemeat in Irish burgers, if so what is it?
For how long have Irish firms been using this source and how much contaminated meat have they bought?
Are you certain that no horsemeat of Irish origin is involved?
What was the supply chain? Did the Irish firms buy direct or through 'meat traders'. Please identify the traders involved and explain their role.
Are there any health risks associated with eating untraceable horsemeat?
Was this product frozen, thawed and re-frozen? If so, does that pose any risk to health?
Why was this imported product being used? How much cheaper was it than the Irish-produced equivalent?
ABP has operations in Poland. Are they involved in any way?
Tesco were told that the meat in their burgers came from approved suppliers in the UK and Ireland. Who at ABP chose to source product outside the terms of that agreement? When did they start doing so?
Would you agree that any firm marketing cheap frozen scraps from abroad as 'Irish beef' is committing fraud and should be prosecuted?
If we don't enforce the law is it reasonable to expect the authorities in Poland to do so?