‘Horsemeat scandal continues to spread’

Published on 13 February 2013 at 12:37


“The food sector elsewhere in Europe is increasingly concerned,” writes the newspaper, following the discovery of horsemeat in lasagne, which was supposed to contain beef and was sold by French frozen food retailer Picard.
Like Findus in the UK, Picard, which also operates in Belgium, purchased the affected meat from French supplier Comigel.

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