After squabbling at first about which country was to blame, EU member nations promised action tonight to tackle the horsemeat scandal.
There will be random testing across the European Union in an attempt to crackdown on any illegal trading. But those tests won't start for at least another fortnight.
Europe Correspondent Emma Murphy reports:
The EU is urging member states to carry out tens of thousands of tests in the wake of the horsemeat scandal - but who will foot the bill?
Romanians are smarting at accusations that abattoirs there put horsemeat into the food chain.
Poland's deputy chief veterinary officer says his investigation shows the country's meat products are "genuine beef" and alleges fraud.