SEAN POULTER and HUGO GYE
UK Daily Mail
Feb 8, 2013
Frozen lasagne sold by Findus could have been contaminated by horsemeat since last summer, it emerged today.
The firm admitted last night that its products contained up to 100 per cent horse, making it the latest in a series of household names to confess to selling contaminated food to unsuspecting consumers.
Today MP Tom Watson claimed to have evidence that the company was told that it had inadvertently been selling impure meat as early as last Saturday, and that the violations dated back to August last year.
Senior politicians have said that they would not eat any processed beef products and urged ministers to announce whether it was safe for the public to do so.
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