horse meat scandal

Another test reveals horsemeat in Dafgård food

Food producer Dafgård has found traces of unlabelled horse meat in their products, according to Sweden's National Food Agency.

Dafgård supplies meatballs to IKEA, and is also one of the biggest producers of frozen meals in Sweden.

Test results published yesterday showed no signs of horse meat, but new results today have revealed horse meat content of up to ten percent in the IKEA meatballs. The company have previously said they blame "criminal activity" for suspected horse meat finds. Czech food inspectors said earlier this week that they had found traces of horse meat in IKEA meatballs, made by Dafgårds.

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