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No legal follow-up to horsemeat in food

Published måndag 15 juli 2013 kl 11.06
Ikea pulled meatballs from all stores in Sweden. Photo: Heiko Junge/Scanpix

The massive outcry in Sweden last fall, over horsemeat in processed food, has not resulted in any legal action.

Horsemeat was found in a wide range of Swedish foodstuffs, ranging from meatballs to lasagna. The National Food Agency, which initially said it would file a complaint against the foods company Findus, did not pursue that action. Family-owned foods company Dafgårds did file a complaint, but a preliminary investigation into its supplier Globe Foods was abandoned.

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