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Waitrose, Co-op remove some burgers as a precaution

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FROZEN burgers sold by Waitrose and the Co-op have been removed as a precautionary measure after horse DNA was found in some Tesco and Iceland products earlier this month.

FROZEN burgers sold by Waitrose and the Co-op have been removed as a precautionary measure after horse DNA was found in some Tesco and Iceland products earlier this month.

Six lines of frozen burgers sold by Waitrose have been taken from the freezers.

A Co-op spokesman confirmed it had removed three lines of frozen burgers.

Waitrose said it hoped they would be back on sale soon.

Sandpiper operates Iceland stores locally and a spokesman said none of the affected products was ever on sale in them.

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