Authorities Investigate Possible Horsemeat Content In Beef Products


A laboratory technician at the Rhein-Ruhr-Wupper Chemical and... News PhotoBestof,Business,Crime,Finance,Germany,Healthcare And Medicine,Horsemeat,Inside Of,Justice - Concept,Krefeld,Lasagna,Law,Meat,Merchandise,Possible,Retail,Technician,Topics,Topix,Vertical,Waist UpPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesKREFELD, GERMANY - FEBRUARY 14: A laboratory technician at the Rhein-Ruhr-Wupper Chemical and Veterinarian Analysis Agency (Chemisches-und Veterinaeruntersuchungsamt Rhein-Ruhr-Wupper) displays extracted meat from a package of ready-made lasagne to check the contents for possible horsemeat on February 14, 2013 in Krefeld, Germany. Following the discovery of horsemeat in lasagne and other products labeled to only have beef content in supermarkets in Great Britain, authorities in countries across Europe are testing for possible mislabeling of products in their own countries. In Germany investigators have confirmed at least one case in the state of North-Rhine Westphalia. (Photo by Juergen Schwarz/Getty Images)