“The European trade in horsemeat mapped – interactive” – The Guardian – February 15, 2013

On February 15, 2013 Mark McCormick, Mona Chalabi, Simon Rogers and Paddy Allen published in The Guardian an interactive map of “more than 60,000 tonnes of horsemeat traded by European countries in 2012.”  The data is from the Eurostat internal trade database, and covers the European Union (EU), Kazakhstan, Russia and Switzerland.

Using the interactive map, a reader can click on the name of a country to see from which countries that country procured horsemeat.  For example, Poland received 1,064,100 kilograms of horsemeat in 2012; 851,800 kilograms (80%) of the horsemeat came from Romania.

You may read the article on The Guardian internet site.