Horse Meat in Burgers in UK stores
Horse meat was found in burgers in multiple supermarkets throughout the UK. Tesco, Iceland, Lidl, Aldi and Dunnes stores were all confirmed to have stocked the meat which has now been removed from their shelves. The burgers came from Silvercrest Plant County Monaghan. All productions have now been halted as more testing is done. 10 million burgers from these supermarkets containing the meat have been recalled and will be destroyed. 9 out of 13 items have been tested to contain horsemeat so far.
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