HORSE MEAT FED TO UK CITIZENS and although quite normal in many other countries U.K. and it’s love of horses the British have resisted actually eating them knowingly. Tests found horse DNA in the following products: Tesco Everyday Value Beef Burgers 29.1%, Tesco Beef Quarter Pounders 0.1%, Oakhurst Beef Burgers in Aldi 0.3%, Moordale Quarter Pounders in Lidl 0.1%, Flamehouse Chargrilled Quarter Pounders in Dunnes Stores 0.1%, and two varieties of Iceland Quarter Pounders 0.1%. As well as horse there tests also found pig so this will have detrimental effects on different forms of religeon.

What we should be asking ourselves is; How long has horse meat been part of our diet? Is there other foodstuffs out there with a big question mark over them? It’s worth remembering it’s not so long ago we were being fed meat from strange creatures from Africa advertised as 100% meat, the problem was what kind of meat?

I think it has been proven we cannot trust anything we read on packages or wrapping as it seems as though selling at any cost is worth the risk except to the consumer who is completely in the dark about these money grabbing methods of selling. It’s little wonder there are strange and mysterious new illnesses sprouting up everywhere.

With confidence in the government at an all time low perhaps it’s about time legislation was introduced to tighten the rules and regulations concerning the foodstuffs being sold as safe and non contaminated before we all get wiped out by another unknown disease.

You have to ask yourself; nearly a third of each Tesco Everyday Value Beef Burgers are horsemeat so those who produced and sold these must be fully aware of this including Tesco or it would not have passed their ,

“Stringent Tests”
What do you think?