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'Horse lasagne' sparks UK food scare

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British authorities warned the public not to eat beef lasagne sold by the Findus brand and made in France after tests found it contained up to 100 percent horse meat. 

Illustration. British authorities warned the public not to eat beef lasagne sold by the Findus brand and made in France after tests found it contained up to 100 percent horsemeat.

In the latest in a string of food scares in Britain, the Food Standards Agency said that "criminal activity" was likely to blame and ordered further tests on the meat for a veterinary drug.

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