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Ikea stops selling meatballs after positive horse DNA test

Furniture retailer Ikea says it has halted all sales of meat balls in Sweden after Czech authorities detected horse meat in frozen meatballs that were labelled as beef and pork.

25th February, 2013
The meatballs are understood to be available in 13 different European markets.

Furniture retailer Ikea says it has halted all sales of meat balls in Sweden after Czech authorities detected horse meat in frozen meatballs that were labelled as beef and pork, according to an AP report.

Ikea's Swedish branch said on its Facebook page Monday that it won't sell or serve any meatballs at its stores in Sweden out of concern for "potential worries among our customers." The retailers own testing had not found any traces...

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