IKEA has announced this week that traces of horsemeat has been found in it’s Swedish meatballs in Eastern Europe. In their internal studies a high percentage of horesmeat mixed in with pork and beef was found in their Czech Republic Ikea stores.
In a statement by IKEA they have been very proactive on removing all the potential contaminated meat from store shelves throughout Europe.
This is the latest in series of horsemeat scandals we’ve covered.
NY Times Food Writer, Mark Bittman sits down with Marco Werman about implications of finding horsemeat and how we should frame the conversation.