EU ministers call for emergency meat testing
BRUSSELS (AP) — European Union nations on Wednesday called for more intensive testing for a month to try to contain the scandal in which horsemeat was sold as beef.
The emergency meeting at EU headquarters included nations most affected by the horsemeat scandal that has swept through Europe, with millions of burgers and frozen meals recalled across the continent.
Ireland's Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney suggested the scandal would likely spread further as more countries test beef.
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