Burger King finds horse DNA at Irish plant

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LONDON – Burger King has found traces of horse DNA at a plant that supplied its U.K. beef patties, the restaurant chain has said…

Last month, Burger King said that its patties were made from 100% beef following the revelation that the British supermarket chain Tesco had sold burgers that were discovered to contain traces of horse meat.

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