Where's the Beef? Ireland Hit By Horse Meat Scandal

Food-safety authorities are continuing to look into how horse meat entered Ireland's production chain Photograph by Andrew Hetherington/Redux

On Monday, Ireland’s Agriculture Department announced that DNA testing had revealed that Polish meat labeled as beef and sold to Rangeland Foods, a frozen-burger producer in Ireland, contained up to 75 percent horse meat.

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