you don't know what goes into it
And FYI isn't all your cattle pumped full of growth hormones and slaughtered inhumanely?
I am not concerned about horse meat at all, the only worrying thing is how this happened without anyone noticing until the food standards did a routine check.
Makes you wonder what else goes into their other products without anyone finding out.
Doesn't particually bother me, i've eaten dog, cat, even fermented chicken embryo.
If it was human meat in the burgers, then i'd have a problem.
Butchers is always best, and tastier.
Stormrage 4 lyfe
Also "The FDA allows up to 19 maggots and 74 mites per 100 grams of mushrooms that are canned."
It's also appeared in Aldi burgers, and might likely also be in Asda ones as well. You should update the title to reflect this and not make it seem like a witch hunt against Tesco.
It is likely due to a processing plant in Europe, where the meat was sourced from.
Horsemeat is very good.
It is a major meat in only a few countries, notably in Central Asia, but it forms a significant part of the culinary traditions of many others, from Europe to South America to Asia. The top eight countries consume about 4.7 million horses a year. For the majority of mankind's early existence, wild horses were hunted as a source of protein. It is slightly sweet, tender, low in fat and high in protein.
Horse meat from the Netherland. Looks good:
Atoms are liars, they make up everything!
And my mother wonders why i turn my nose up at the meat from lidl/ aldi :S