Giovedì, 18 Ottobre 2018

Horsemeat found in pasta in Como supermarket


Como, March 1 - Horsemeat was found in pasta being
sold as veal- and beef-filled in a Como supermarket on Friday,
the Italian Health Ministry said.
The fresh, stuffed pasta was pulled from grocery store
refrigerators and Milan health officials seized over 200
kilograms of meat from the company Marchioness Ltd after tests
proved positive for horse DNA in the brand's pre-packaged food.
A widening scandal that began early February has been
dubbed Horsegate and has spread to Norway, Russia, Italy,
France, and Spain after British food company Findus (no relation
to Italy's Findus) began to recall prepared products, including
lasagna, after discovering it was made with horsemeat rather
than beef as promised on the package.

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