(1) transfers horsemeat to a person who intends to sell the horsemeat, offer or exhibit
it for sale, or possess it for sale as food for human consumption; and
(2) knows or in the exercise of reasonable discretion should know that the person
receiving the horsemeat intends to sell the horsemeat, offer or exhibit it for sale,
or possess it for sale as food for human consumption.
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