In British supermarkets sell horse meat lasagna

British regulatory authorities have identified a new case when buyers supermarket beef sold under the guise of horse meat. This time the horse meat was found in a lasagna that comes from the French food company Findus.

Tests showed that of the 18 kinds of products the company issued for beef, 11 consisted of horsemeat. As stated in the Agency for Food Safety, as long as there is no evidence that the observed horse meat can be harmful to health, but the research is still ongoing. The agency suggests that horsemeat hit the shelves is not in error, as a result of a criminal conspiracy. Recall that in January of this year, beef burgers, which are sold in the UK and Irish supermarkets, was also found horse meat

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