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    Ikea Elk Lasagna Tests Positive for Pork

    A picture taken on March 27, 2013 shows the sign of Swedish furniture giant Ikea at the Odysseum shopping mall, in Montpellier, southern France. AFP PHOTO / PASCAL GUYOT        (Photo credit should read PASCAL GUYOT/AFP/Getty Images)

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    The good news: we don't have to worry about accidental horsemeat anymore. The bad news: accidental pork is the new accidental horsemeat. Swedish retailer Ikea has been forced to stop sales of its elk-meat lasagna in stores across Europe after testing showed that the lasagna contained over 1 percent pork, which is the limit for contamination. The total loss? 10,000 tons of the ready-made dish have been blocked for sale, and 17,600 packages of it have been pulled from stores until the time and cause of contamination can be narrowed down.

    Read it at Sweden Local