Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Horse Meat Found in Ikea Meatballs. (VIDEO)

"Europe's horsemeat scandal has claimed Ikea meatballs, those mysteriously cheap, lingonberry-sauced snacks that have gained something of a cult following among fans of the furniture store.

On Monday, Ikea withdrew bags of the meatballs from 21 European countries after officials in the Czech Republic found traces of horse DNA in a bag labeled as beef and pork."*

DNA testing confirmed the presence of horse in meatballs of Ikea that were supposedly made with beef and pork. Now the meatballs in question are being pulled off the shelves. Would you be angry if you discovered you were unknowingly eating horse? Ana Kasparian and John Iadarola (Host, TYT University) discuss.

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