Horse found in Nestle products, probably not in that Kit Kat you're eating though...
Hurray! More on stupid horse meat and DNA! This time, Nestle have found whinnying jizz inside their food and have subsequently suspended all deliveries of all its products that include beef from a German.
They've also recalled Buitoni Beef Ravioli and Beef Tortellini for the same reason, which is terrible news for you Buitoni fans (namely, the Napoli side of the '80s).
"Our tests have found traces of horse DNA in two products made from beef supplied by H.J. Schypke," the statement said. "The levels found are above the one percent threshold the UK's Food Safety Agency uses to indicate likely adulteration or gross negligence."
Of course, there's absolutely nothing unsafe about eating horse DNA or it's stringy flesh, but that's not the point is it? Authorities still need to be notified and newspapers still need to vomit in disgust. And this horse meat scandal is doing a roaring trade, outraging the newsrooms of Britain, France, Sweden, Switzerland, Germany and Ireland. Odd that this is half a dozen countries that'll eat any ol' crap.
UK Environment Secretary Owen Paterson has some dull words: "I welcome the food businesses' commitment to testing their products. They all assured me that they will not rest until they have established the full picture. There is still much to be done to find out exactly how this happened and how it can be prevented from happening again, and to do everything possible to reassure consumers about the food on our shelves," before popping a saddle and stirrups on and getting a lackey to ride him around the Commons in heels.