Horse Meat Found In Ikea Meatballs

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Horse Meat Found In Ikea Meatballs

In the latest turn in Europe’s widening horse meat scandal, investigators found equine DNA in meatballs served in the cafeteria of an Ikea in the Czech Republic, prompting the company to pull its meatball products from stores throughout much of Europe. What do you think?

  • “I may never eat another meal served by a furniture store again.”

    Natalie Ciccone
    Nickel Plater
  • “Ick, I hate horse meat.”

    James Eaton
    Acetylene Welder
  • “You know these Swedish chefs. You ask them what’s in the dish, and they just babble incoherently and throw a colander at a live chicken.”

    Barry Vidnic
    School Psychologist
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