Horse meat found in Ikea’s balls

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DELFT, NETHERLANDS – The horse meat hoopla continues. This time a Swedish Ikea’s being accused of adding a little ‘horse-power’ to their famous meatball recipe (like they don’t sell fast enough on their own).

After food inspectors in the Czech Republic found traces of horse meat in batches of frozen meatballs, the furniture giant is pulling on the reigns.

The company calls the claims horse-hockey, saying they’ve not found any of the horse meat in their own testing, but they’re recalling the meatballs as a precaution anyways.

That cute little Ikea-monkey better think twice before making its way back into their store. If they run out of horse meat they could be on to monkey-meat-balls!

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