Beef product tests find horse DNA



Preliminary tests on beef products for traces of other meats have found seven samples may contain horse DNA above 1%, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has said.
Further tests will now be carried out on the samples, which come from six different products.
The checks also found three products that contain levels of pig DNA above 1%.
These have already been listed on the companies' websites and are Asda's spaghetti and meatballs, its beef cannelloni and Apetito beef lasagne, the agency said.
Both Asda products have been withdrawn from sale while Apetito has indicated that almost all of its... read more

 
9 March 2013 in Regional West, Views: 9
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