Ikea withdraws moose lasagna from European stores after tests show it contains pork

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: April 6, 2013 - 9:22 AM
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mnmaidApr. 6, 1312:53 PM

I think I'd rather have pork than moose. Of course, I'd prefer beef over horse, too. For me the best bet is just to avoid Ikea's so-called "Swedish" food. Being a Swede, myself, I can tell you that what they pass off as "Swedish" meatballs are definitely NOT Swedish meatballs. You want the real deal? Visit the café in the American Swedish Institute or Ingebretsen's on Lake Street.

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ruphinaApr. 6, 13 1:03 PM

Sounds like IKEA is suffering from expanding too fast without enough quality control. Bill G.

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Lifeguard06Apr. 6, 13 3:03 PM

i wonder if any cultural leaders will be offended by this and ikeas across europe will become targets of their antics

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19jack48Apr. 6, 13 3:05 PM

how does it taste for a human consumer?. it seems that all these former living animals are dead anyway. problems?. eat peanut butter. OR?; just stop eating and be SO spiritual. admitting what you are is an omnivore. it is ok though; it IS WHAT IT IS. totally spiritual [for us] can only last for 3 weeks max. good luck.

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jd55604Apr. 6, 13 6:13 PM

Why did the product need to be pulled from the shelves? What is the issue? Ground wild game meat is typically mixed with pork.

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IHATELOGINS0Apr. 6, 13 8:33 PM

Should have these same people test a burger from McDonalds or a taco from Taco Bell. I bet they only find a trace of beef.

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localguyApr. 7, 13 8:59 AM

Pork is forbidden by the Jewish and Muslim faiths. If it contains pork, it should at least say that on the label.

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