French stores pull beef dishes as horse meat scandal widens
epa03582214 A pedestrian walks past a poster for Shepherd's pie which adorns the window of retail store belonging to frozen foods chain Picard in Paris, France, 13 February 2013. Picard, the largest frozen food chain in France, has removed its beef-based goods including lasagna following pan-European frozen meal scandal in which it was discovered that horse meat was being sold as beef. Picard's decision comes only a few days after frozen foods giant, Findus, recalled its beef-based products supplied by Comigel after DNA tests showed traces of horse meat ranging from 60 to 100 percent in their products. EPA/IAN LANGSDON
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