I found this when surfing the web today and wanted to make Aldi shoppers aware. Recently, the international grocery store chain Aldi, confirmed a horsemeat contamination in some of its processed meat products. Aldi, which has stores throughout the US, received information that some of its products, specifically the frozen beef lasagna and the spaghetti bolognese, contained horsemeat. Aldi proceeded to test the products and the result was 30-100% traces of horsemeat. This is proof you never really know what you might be eating. Check it out and let me know what you think.
This article is on theguardian.com . Supermarket says it is angry with supplier Comigel after tests reveal 30% and 100% horsemeat in withdrawn ready meals. Aldi withdrew its Today’s Special frozen beef lasagne and spaghetti bolognese products earlier in the week as a precaution. Read more
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