Findus beef lasagne withdrawn after tests show high level of horsemeat
Ready-meal meat, supplied by French manufacturer Comigel, alleged to be 90% horse in one sample Findus has admitted that it withdrew all its beef lasagne ready meals from supermarkets because they had tested positive for high levels of horsemeat.
Tesco and discount chain Aldi had cleared their shelves of frozen spaghetti bolognese and beef lasagne earlier in the week – pending their own tests – because they were made by Comigel, the French manufacturer that supplied Findus.
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