- France will hold talks with meat industry representatives after seven supermarket chains in the country opted to pull frozen beef meals produced by Findus and Comigel.
- The decision comes at an ongoing horse meat scandal has now reached 16 countries.
- Amid concerns that Romanian horse meat was being sold as beef into supply chains, the Romanian prime minister announced Monday that he was angered by the accusations and declared that meat fraud had not occurred in his country.
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Seven French supermarket chains have withdrawn frozen beef meals made by Findus and Comigel.
The move followed the discovery that foods sold in Europe and the UK labelled as beef contained horsemeat.
The scandal has raised questions about the complexity of the food industry's supply chains across the EU. ...