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Horsemeat: FSA reveals new find in Lancashire

One hundred kilograms of horsemeat imported from Hungary and labelled as beef has been discovered in Lancashire, the Food Standards Agency has said.

Some 40kg has already been sold to the public through Hungarian Food Ltd's market stall in Preston and the Taste of Hungary shop in Liverpool.

The meat was sold in 1kg bags labelled "diced beef".

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has notified the European Commission and the Hungarian authorities.

BBC's Health correspondent Dominic Hughes reports.

  • 22 Mar 2013
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