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Bloomberg reports that the UK Food Standards Agency has given that nation's beef suppliers one week to test all their products for the presence of horse meat and report back with definitive results.

The deadline was issued after the meat in a line of lasagnas was found to have 60 percent horse meat. According to the Bloomberg story, "U.K. supermarkets including Tesco Plc, Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s Asda and Aldi have removed some ranges of frozen beef burgers from their shelves in the past month as concern has escalated over tainted meat. Tesco last week dropped one of its suppliers after the discovery of horse DNA in some products."
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