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JAN 16, 2013 - The Guardian

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Cameron tells supermarkets: horsemeat burger scandal unacceptable

Horsemeat discovery leads Tesco, Iceland, Aldi and Lidl to withdraw beef products as investigations continueThe British and Irish governments, along with the two countries' food safety watchdogs, are investigating whether suppliers in the Netherlands or Spain have played a part in the horsemeat scandal that has led to supermarkets clearing their shelves of some burger lines.But David Cameron has warned British retailers that ultimately they are responsible for the safety and standards of their food supply chain.Both equine and porcine DNA was found in Irish checks on meat samples at three ... Read More

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