Northamptonshire County Council has removed beef products from 17 schools in the county.
The council was advised by its supplier on Friday afternoon that traces of horsemeat had been identified in one of ten tests undertaken nationally on a frozen minced beef product.
Although the tests were not on a sample of beef supplied to Northamptonshire, as a precautionary measure the council has removed all beef products from the menu of those schools.
Beef in the remaining 199 primary schools has been confirmed as clear from any contamination of horsemeat.
- Schools which have purchased beef mince
- Moulton Science College
- Magdalen College School
- Campion School
- Prince William School
- The Elizabeth Woodville School (north site)
- The Elizabeth Woodville School (south site)
- Danetre & Southbrook Learning Village
- Kingsley School, Kettering
- Wren Spinney Community Special School
- Northgate School
- Billing Brook Special School
- The Gateway School
- The Good Shepherd Catholic Primary School
- Denfield Park Primary School
- Schools which haven’t purchased beef mince but use the same supplier
- Rushden Community College
- Thomas Becket School
- St Luke’s Primary School
Dunstable-based Whitbread, one of the UK's largest hospitality companies, has found horsemeat in two products.
ts beef lasange and burgers have tested positive for horse DNA. The products were sold in Premier Inn, Brewer's Fayre, Beefeater Grill and Table Table.
The announcement is the latest development in the scandal and comes as the Food Standards Agency releases new details of its latest tests into horse meat in processed meals.
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