Martedì, 23 Ottobre 2018
ROME

Horsemeat found in Verona firm's lasagne

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Rome, February 25 - Horsemeat was found Monday in
lasagne on sale in a Verona supermarket, made by a company
outside the northeastern Italian city.
The lasagne were made by EUROCHEF ITALIA Srl, based at
Sommacampagna near Verona.
The meat was supplied by S.A.V. Srl in another local town,
Sona.
Earlier Monday Sweden-based home-products colossus IKEA
pulled horsemeat-tainted meatballs from shelves across Europe as
the continent-wide food scandal widened.
Swiss giant Nestle' pulled Buitoni ravioli from supermarkets
in Italy and Spain last Tuesday.
The scandal erupted last month when tests carried out in
Ireland revealed some beef products also contained horsemeat.
Traces of horsemeat were found in meals sold by several
British retailers.
European Union agriculture ministers met in Brussels Monday
to discuss the scandal's fallout, with some member states
pressing for tougher rules to regain consumer confidence.
These are expected to include binding origin disclosures for
food product ingredients and a better labelling of meat
products.

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