An employee of a Doner kebab stand prepares a Doner sandwich on February 23, 2013 in Berlin, Germany. The Europe-wide scandal over the contamination of beef products with horsemeat has reached the German capital, where, after laboratory tests, the latter has also been discovered in the city in two Doner sandwich stands and in frozen meat from a discount store. Authorities across the Continent continue to investigate the origin of ready-made lasagna that was labeled to contain only beef when it in fact also contained horsemeat. (Getty Images)
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