Education bosses’ horse meat re-assurances over school meals

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EDUCATION bosses in Doncaster, the Dearne and North Lincolnshire have moved to re-assure the public over school meals in the light of the controversy over horse meat being found in beef meals.

They have issued statements after it emerged cottage pie which tested positive for horse DNA was sent to 47 Lancashire schools.

The Food Standards Agency said 2,501 tests have been carried out on beef products, with 29 results positive for undeclared horse meat at or above one per cent. The 29 results related to seven different products, which have already been reported and withdrawn from sale.

 

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