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No Horse Meat in Russian IKEA Stores
27.02.2013 13:10
No Horse Meat in Russian IKEA Stores

The scandal that swept the UK and Republic of Ireland with hamburgers and Findus Beef Lasagne containing horse meat rather than beef got amplified by the reports of traces of horse meat in the famous IKEA meatballs. The "faulty" meatballs were first reported in Czech Republic, which resulted in over 760kg of product being confiscated by the veterinary services. Soon after the meatballs disappeared from the IKEA stalls in 24 countries worldwide, including Scandinavia, Asia, and Latin America. 

      Meanwhile, Russian IKEA stores use certified Russian beef to cook the meatballs. 12 samples have been cleared by the experts, and the Czech meatballs had not been received in Russia. 


Author: Julia Shuvalova

Tags: Russian business IKEA    

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