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Tesco apologises for horse DNA in burgers

Tesco, the largest supermarket chain in Britain and Ireland, apologised to customers amid a media backlash over the discovery of horse DNA in frozen beef burgers.

17th January, 2013
Tesco has removed all 26 frozen burger products supplied by Silvercrest from its stores.

Tesco, the largest supermarket chain in Britain and Ireland, apologised to customers amid a media backlash over the discovery of horse DNA in frozen beef burgers.

* **Read economist Jim Power's analysis of a story that has shook the crucial Irish food industry**

“We and our supplier have let you down and we apologise,” Tesco said in a statement. “We will find out exactly what happened and, when we do, we’ll come back and tell you....

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