Horse meat found in North Yorkshire beef burgers

Published in Ryedale news York Press: Photograph of the Author by , mark.stead@thepress.co.uk

Updated: STORES across York, North and East Yorkshire run by two supermarket chains have taken beefburgers which became contaminated with horsemeat off their shelves.

Irish food safety officials said the affected products had been stocked by several firms, including Tesco and Iceland – who, between them, have 23 stores in the region – with the meat coming from the Dalepak Hambleton plant in North Yorkshire and two others in the Republic of Ireland.

The Government has said it is now working with the Food Standards Agency (FSA) to “urgently investigate” the matter, with Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday saying the discovery was “extremely disturbing” and “completely unacceptable”.

The FSA has said there is no risk to public safety, but the investigation will attempt to trace the source of the contaminated meat, while it has also called a meeting of food industry representatives.

Tesco said it withdrew two frozen burger products from the supplier concerned after the test results emerged on Tuesday, with its group technical director Tim Smith saying food safety and quality was “of the highest importance” and “the presence of illegal meat in our products is extremely serious”.

He said Tesco was “working with the authorities in Ireland and the UK, and with the supplier concerned, to urgently understand how this has happened and how to ensure it does not happen again”, adding that the chain would not take any products from this supplier until the investigation is concluded.

Iceland said it had also withdrawn two own-brand burger products involved, with a spokesman saying it would be “working closely with its suppliers to investigate this issue”.

A spokesman for Dalepak, which is based near Northallerton, said the firm was currently conducting independent tests on its products, but it was not yet known how long this would take to complete.

He said: “Analysis is taking place right now, but we won’t have more information until that analysis is complete.”

The ABP Food Group, of which Dalepak Hambleton is a subsidiary, has promised to adopt strict DNA testing of its products to prevent a repeat, with a spokesman saying it was “vital that the integrity of the supply chain is assured” and it was “committed to restoring consumer confidence”.

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8:08am Wed 16 Jan 13

Shouter says...

Makes you want to become vegetarian!
Makes you want to become vegetarian! Shouter
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8:09am Wed 16 Jan 13

hustler says...

Just found some of these in the back of the fridge ... aaaaaaaaand they're off !!
Just found some of these in the back of the fridge ... aaaaaaaaand they're off !! hustler
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8:17am Wed 16 Jan 13

Woody G Mellor says...

Traces of Zebra also found. In the bar code.
Traces of Zebra also found. In the bar code. Woody G Mellor
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8:19am Wed 16 Jan 13

Woody G Mellor says...

"Fancy a burger for ya tea luv?"

"Neigh lass".
"Fancy a burger for ya tea luv?" "Neigh lass". Woody G Mellor
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8:20am Wed 16 Jan 13

timcore says...

And why is eating horse a bad thing?
And why is eating horse a bad thing? timcore
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8:26am Wed 16 Jan 13

Woody G Mellor says...

timcore wrote:
And why is eating horse a bad thing?
It isn't. It's the labelling which is really the issue.
[quote][p][bold]timcore[/bold] wrote: And why is eating horse a bad thing?[/p][/quote]It isn't. It's the labelling which is really the issue. Woody G Mellor
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8:26am Wed 16 Jan 13

pedalling paul says...

If I scoff a couple, will I win the 3.15 at Thirsk.....?
If I scoff a couple, will I win the 3.15 at Thirsk.....? pedalling paul
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8:32am Wed 16 Jan 13

timcore says...

Woody G Mellor wrote:
timcore wrote:
And why is eating horse a bad thing?
It isn't. It's the labelling which is really the issue.
As long as there's still some beef in there, they're probably within the law. It's like crabsticks really, best not to ask too many questions.
[quote][p][bold]Woody G Mellor[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]timcore[/bold] wrote: And why is eating horse a bad thing?[/p][/quote]It isn't. It's the labelling which is really the issue.[/p][/quote]As long as there's still some beef in there, they're probably within the law. It's like crabsticks really, best not to ask too many questions. timcore
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8:33am Wed 16 Jan 13

NoNewsIsGoodNews says...

Didn't think that I had seen many horses tethered at the side of the road recently.
Didn't think that I had seen many horses tethered at the side of the road recently. NoNewsIsGoodNews
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8:35am Wed 16 Jan 13

hustler says...

Low in fat ... high in Shergar !
Low in fat ... high in Shergar ! hustler
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8:36am Wed 16 Jan 13

anistasia says...

I just eaten horse burgers now I have the trots.
I just eaten horse burgers now I have the trots. anistasia
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8:46am Wed 16 Jan 13

Buzz Light-year says...

My Lidl Pony?
My Lidl Pony? Buzz Light-year
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8:52am Wed 16 Jan 13

Theendoftheworld says...

If Princess Anne ate them would that make her a cannibal?
If Princess Anne ate them would that make her a cannibal? Theendoftheworld
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9:10am Wed 16 Jan 13

Geoffers says...

What on earth was horse meat doing in DalePak?
What on earth was horse meat doing in DalePak? Geoffers
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9:24am Wed 16 Jan 13

ReginaldBiscuit says...

Scientists identified horse meat in the burgers by analysing it's D N Neigh.
Scientists identified horse meat in the burgers by analysing it's D N Neigh. ReginaldBiscuit
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9:25am Wed 16 Jan 13

pedalling paul says...

pedalling paul wrote:
If I scoff a couple, will I win the 3.15 at Thirsk.....?
Come along chaps...I'm waiting to get my next riposte in..........ie
Hee haw....he haw...he always says that about me!
[quote][p][bold]pedalling paul [/bold] wrote: If I scoff a couple, will I win the 3.15 at Thirsk.....?[/p][/quote]Come along chaps...I'm waiting to get my next riposte in..........ie Hee haw....he haw...he always says that about me! pedalling paul
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9:37am Wed 16 Jan 13

anistasia says...

Tesco have Said their burgers go well with a little red rum.
Tesco have Said their burgers go well with a little red rum. anistasia
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10:06am Wed 16 Jan 13

russeboy says...

Its not going to kill you, the majority of burgers sold in France are Cheval.
Its not going to kill you, the majority of burgers sold in France are Cheval. russeboy
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10:10am Wed 16 Jan 13

YorkPatrol says...

Geoffers wrote:
What on earth was horse meat doing in DalePak?
Getting made into burgers!....dummy
[quote][p][bold]Geoffers[/bold] wrote: What on earth was horse meat doing in DalePak?[/p][/quote]Getting made into burgers!....dummy YorkPatrol
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10:15am Wed 16 Jan 13

Keeet Lemon says...

pedalling paul wrote:
If I scoff a couple, will I win the 3.15 at Thirsk.....?
You old nag! If you where a horse , you would be glue by now.
[quote][p][bold]pedalling paul [/bold] wrote: If I scoff a couple, will I win the 3.15 at Thirsk.....?[/p][/quote]You old nag! If you where a horse , you would be glue by now. Keeet Lemon
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10:34am Wed 16 Jan 13

Osbaldwick Lad says...

The BBC article which I read yesterday also stated that they were on sale in Iceland in the U.K. and Aldi and Lidl in Ireland.
The BBC article which I read yesterday also stated that they were on sale in Iceland in the U.K. and Aldi and Lidl in Ireland. Osbaldwick Lad
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10:43am Wed 16 Jan 13

baldiebiker says...

If you eat too much it will give you a sore throat and make you a little hoarse.
If you eat too much it will give you a sore throat and make you a little hoarse. baldiebiker
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10:46am Wed 16 Jan 13

dodgydavereturns says...

I ate one last night, it gave me the trots!
I ate one last night, it gave me the trots! dodgydavereturns
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10:48am Wed 16 Jan 13

dodgydavereturns says...

I do hope the Tesco burger jokes don't go on furlong!
I do hope the Tesco burger jokes don't go on furlong! dodgydavereturns
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11:23am Wed 16 Jan 13

retrorigg says...

my job at tesco meat counter is hard work.......i feel like im flogging a dead horse sometimes
my job at tesco meat counter is hard work.......i feel like im flogging a dead horse sometimes retrorigg
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11:25am Wed 16 Jan 13

retrorigg says...

Is it a coincidence that 'HAMBURGERS' is an anagram of 'SHERGAR BUM' ?
Is it a coincidence that 'HAMBURGERS' is an anagram of 'SHERGAR BUM' ? retrorigg
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11:32am Wed 16 Jan 13

Geoffers says...

YorkPatrol wrote:
Geoffers wrote:
What on earth was horse meat doing in DalePak?
Getting made into burgers!....dummy
Idiot!

Since when was horse meat normally in burgers?
[quote][p][bold]YorkPatrol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Geoffers[/bold] wrote: What on earth was horse meat doing in DalePak?[/p][/quote]Getting made into burgers!....dummy[/p][/quote]Idiot! Since when was horse meat normally in burgers? Geoffers
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11:37am Wed 16 Jan 13

Geoffers says...

russeboy wrote:
Its not going to kill you, the majority of burgers sold in France are Cheval.
But not sold as beef!
It's obvious that you've never been to France!
[quote][p][bold]russeboy[/bold] wrote: Its not going to kill you, the majority of burgers sold in France are Cheval.[/p][/quote]But not sold as beef! It's obvious that you've never been to France! Geoffers
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11:44am Wed 16 Jan 13

Garrowby Turnoff says...

The burger I had was very pony and needed tomatoes horse...
The burger I had was very pony and needed tomatoes horse... Garrowby Turnoff
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11:45am Wed 16 Jan 13

dodgydavereturns says...

Just checked the use-by-date on my Tesco burgers...

AND THEY'RE OFF!!
Just checked the use-by-date on my Tesco burgers... AND THEY'RE OFF!! dodgydavereturns
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11:47am Wed 16 Jan 13

dodgydavereturns says...

Breaking News:
Tesco's veggie burgers are being tested for traces of uniquorn.
Breaking News: Tesco's veggie burgers are being tested for traces of uniquorn. dodgydavereturns
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11:49am Wed 16 Jan 13

Fabius the Delayer says...

I like a joke as much as the next man
and I have eaten Horse when in France
(its a dam site cheaper than Beef)
BUT
After all the trouble with B S E, and the money we spend tracking & registering cows from birth
How did nobody notice the extra volume of meat in the system, There must have been tones of it. also where did all the Horses come from ?
This is fraud on a massive scale,
and it wasn't discovered in England
The Irish food safety authority blew the whistle ,
Just watch as nobody is prosecuted.
I like a joke as much as the next man and I have eaten Horse when in France (its a dam site cheaper than Beef) BUT After all the trouble with B S E, and the money we spend tracking & registering cows from birth How did nobody notice the extra volume of meat in the system, There must have been tones of it. also where did all the Horses come from ? This is fraud on a massive scale, and it wasn't discovered in England The Irish food safety authority blew the whistle , Just watch as nobody is prosecuted. Fabius the Delayer
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11:55am Wed 16 Jan 13

Mister Matosis says...

I'm in hospital having eaten one. My condition is stable.
I'm in hospital having eaten one. My condition is stable. Mister Matosis
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12:40pm Wed 16 Jan 13

Fabius the Delayer says...

Ok this has been going on furlong enough !
and an hoof is an hoof !
Ok this has been going on furlong enough ! and an hoof is an hoof ! Fabius the Delayer
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12:42pm Wed 16 Jan 13

bob the builder says...

If you are poor enough to have to eat frozen meat products and feed them to your children you don't care what meat it is as long as it's affordable. If it is humanely killed, and correctly processed what does it matter what animal it is derived from? Less waste, less imports, it's a more ecological source of food than intensively farmed beef or pork.
If you are poor enough to have to eat frozen meat products and feed them to your children you don't care what meat it is as long as it's affordable. If it is humanely killed, and correctly processed what does it matter what animal it is derived from? Less waste, less imports, it's a more ecological source of food than intensively farmed beef or pork. bob the builder
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12:58pm Wed 16 Jan 13

York1900 says...

How do you know what meat you are buying
How do you know what meat you are buying York1900
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12:59pm Wed 16 Jan 13

TheTruthHurts says...

theres absolutely neigh need for there labels to be so deceptive.
'
But quite frankel i couldnt care less
theres absolutely neigh need for there labels to be so deceptive. ' But quite frankel i couldnt care less TheTruthHurts
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1:10pm Wed 16 Jan 13

Buzz Light-year says...

York1900 wrote:
How do you know what meat you are buying
Easy.
Go to a real butcher.
Ask them about the provenance of their meat.

Don't buy meat from supermarkets.
[quote][p][bold]York1900[/bold] wrote: How do you know what meat you are buying[/p][/quote]Easy. Go to a real butcher. Ask them about the provenance of their meat. Don't buy meat from supermarkets. Buzz Light-year
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1:35pm Wed 16 Jan 13

YorkPatrol says...

Geoffers wrote:
YorkPatrol wrote:
Geoffers wrote: What on earth was horse meat doing in DalePak?
Getting made into burgers!....dummy
Idiot! Since when was horse meat normally in burgers?
You asked a question, you got an answer


Horse meet has been used in bugers for donkeys years, it's just you're such a foal you did'nt notice!
[quote][p][bold]Geoffers[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]YorkPatrol[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Geoffers[/bold] wrote: What on earth was horse meat doing in DalePak?[/p][/quote]Getting made into burgers!....dummy[/p][/quote]Idiot! Since when was horse meat normally in burgers?[/p][/quote]You asked a question, you got an answer Horse meet has been used in bugers for donkeys years, it's just you're such a foal you did'nt notice! YorkPatrol
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2:08pm Wed 16 Jan 13

ian923 says...

I,m so hungry I could eat a horse so off to Tesco!
I,m so hungry I could eat a horse so off to Tesco! ian923
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2:34pm Wed 16 Jan 13

Sawday2 says...

Fabius the Delayer wrote:
I like a joke as much as the next man
and I have eaten Horse when in France
(its a dam site cheaper than Beef)
BUT
After all the trouble with B S E, and the money we spend tracking & registering cows from birth
How did nobody notice the extra volume of meat in the system, There must have been tones of it. also where did all the Horses come from ?
This is fraud on a massive scale,
and it wasn't discovered in England
The Irish food safety authority blew the whistle ,
Just watch as nobody is prosecuted.
I think we've just found the answer to the gypsy horse problem.
[quote][p][bold]Fabius the Delayer[/bold] wrote: I like a joke as much as the next man and I have eaten Horse when in France (its a dam site cheaper than Beef) BUT After all the trouble with B S E, and the money we spend tracking & registering cows from birth How did nobody notice the extra volume of meat in the system, There must have been tones of it. also where did all the Horses come from ? This is fraud on a massive scale, and it wasn't discovered in England The Irish food safety authority blew the whistle , Just watch as nobody is prosecuted.[/p][/quote]I think we've just found the answer to the gypsy horse problem. Sawday2
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2:34pm Wed 16 Jan 13

Sawday2 says...

Sorry didn't mean to have Fabius's quote in there.
Sorry didn't mean to have Fabius's quote in there. Sawday2
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3:10pm Wed 16 Jan 13

Fabius the Delayer says...

Sawday2 wrote:
Sorry didn't mean to have Fabius's quote in there.
Soylent Green anyone
[quote][p][bold]Sawday2[/bold] wrote: Sorry didn't mean to have Fabius's quote in there.[/p][/quote]Soylent Green anyone Fabius the Delayer
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3:27pm Wed 16 Jan 13

Pedro says...

I am shocked they found actual meat in them.
I am shocked they found actual meat in them. Pedro
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3:58pm Wed 16 Jan 13

YorkPatrol says...

Pedro wrote:
I am shocked they found actual meat in them.
When using horse in burgers they tend just to use the head and associated internal contents so not technically “meat”
[quote][p][bold]Pedro[/bold] wrote: I am shocked they found actual meat in them.[/p][/quote]When using horse in burgers they tend just to use the head and associated internal contents so not technically “meat” YorkPatrol
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4:29pm Wed 16 Jan 13

BKKYorkshireboy says...

The burgers might have contained horse meat but at least the buns were thorough bread!!
The burgers might have contained horse meat but at least the buns were thorough bread!! BKKYorkshireboy
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4:43pm Wed 16 Jan 13

Pete the Brickie says...



YorkPatrol says...
3:58pm Wed 16 Jan 13

When using horse in burgers they tend just to use the head and associated internal contents so not technically “meat””




Excellent, I won't have to kill a horse, the next time I want to scare someone I can leave a packet of Tesco value burgers on their pillow.
[quote] YorkPatrol says... 3:58pm Wed 16 Jan 13 When using horse in burgers they tend just to use the head and associated internal contents so not technically “meat”” [/quote] Excellent, I won't have to kill a horse, the next time I want to scare someone I can leave a packet of Tesco value burgers on their pillow. Pete the Brickie
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4:44pm Wed 16 Jan 13

lowbeam says...

Why is this news? We are talking about Bedale,more than likely eat worse things than some old nags..
Why is this news? We are talking about Bedale,more than likely eat worse things than some old nags.. lowbeam
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5:30pm Wed 16 Jan 13

YorkShrimper says...

Some great posts on this thread, kept me entertained throughout the day. Enough horsing around, I'm trotting off home now.
Some great posts on this thread, kept me entertained throughout the day. Enough horsing around, I'm trotting off home now. YorkShrimper
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6:04pm Wed 16 Jan 13

osbaldwicklane says...

Medical professionals are suggesting that, whilst there is no health hazzard associated with eating Tesco burgers, having one before you go to bed could give you night mares!
Medical professionals are suggesting that, whilst there is no health hazzard associated with eating Tesco burgers, having one before you go to bed could give you night mares! osbaldwicklane
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6:30pm Wed 16 Jan 13

Coriolanus says...

After HMV, Comet, Jessops and Blockbuster, have Dalepak now been knackered
After HMV, Comet, Jessops and Blockbuster, have Dalepak now been knackered Coriolanus
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6:33pm Wed 16 Jan 13

YorkShrimper says...

Latest gallop poll show Yorkies have a great sense of humour.
Latest gallop poll show Yorkies have a great sense of humour. YorkShrimper
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6:42pm Wed 16 Jan 13

Theendoftheworld says...

This could open a whole Newmarket for Tesco.
This could open a whole Newmarket for Tesco. Theendoftheworld
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8:00pm Wed 16 Jan 13

Paul Meoff says...

I complained to Tesco and they told me to stop nagging.
I complained to Tesco and they told me to stop nagging. Paul Meoff
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8:49pm Wed 16 Jan 13

hustler says...

Bit short of time tonight and traffic was bad round Clifton Moor, so I thought, one thing for it. Tea in Tesco's Cafe. Great - burger and chips. "Anything on your burger ?" asked the server. Without a moments pause, I retorted "Yes, a fiver each way, please". It appears I am no longer welcome there ... ;-)
Bit short of time tonight and traffic was bad round Clifton Moor, so I thought, one thing for it. Tea in Tesco's Cafe. Great - burger and chips. "Anything on your burger ?" asked the server. Without a moments pause, I retorted "Yes, a fiver each way, please". It appears I am no longer welcome there ... ;-) hustler
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8:49pm Wed 16 Jan 13

hustler says...

Bit short of time tonight and traffic was bad round Clifton Moor, so I thought, one thing for it. Tea in Tesco's Cafe. Great - burger and chips. "Anything on your burger ?" asked the server. Without a moments pause, I retorted "Yes, a fiver each way, please". It appears I am no longer welcome there ... ;-)
Bit short of time tonight and traffic was bad round Clifton Moor, so I thought, one thing for it. Tea in Tesco's Cafe. Great - burger and chips. "Anything on your burger ?" asked the server. Without a moments pause, I retorted "Yes, a fiver each way, please". It appears I am no longer welcome there ... ;-) hustler
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9:05pm Wed 16 Jan 13

Paul Meoff says...

It was funny first time
It was funny first time Paul Meoff
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6:42am Thu 17 Jan 13

keepitshut says...

Popped into Tescos last night, bought some Tescos meat balls...they are the dogs bo**ocks!
Popped into Tescos last night, bought some Tescos meat balls...they are the dogs bo**ocks! keepitshut
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7:52am Thu 17 Jan 13

Fabius the Delayer says...

New race meeting at york racecourse Planned
"The Tesco Stakes"
New race meeting at york racecourse Planned "The Tesco Stakes" Fabius the Delayer
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10:16am Thu 17 Jan 13

Marc77 says...

Wouldn't it be more shocking if "Beef" was found in Tesco's burgers.
Wouldn't it be more shocking if "Beef" was found in Tesco's burgers. Marc77
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4:55pm Thu 17 Jan 13

E=MC^2 says...

About 10 +yrs ago NYPD were called to a body on the free way….It turned out not to be human but a skinned orang-utan. To cut along story short they discovered a large organised criminal set up which disposed of dead zoo animals into the human food chain. The carcass had fallen off the back of a lorry enroute to the meat processing plant. Enjoy!
About 10 +yrs ago NYPD were called to a body on the free way….It turned out not to be human but a skinned orang-utan. To cut along story short they discovered a large organised criminal set up which disposed of dead zoo animals into the human food chain. The carcass had fallen off the back of a lorry enroute to the meat [ food] processing plant. Enjoy! E=MC^2
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7:03pm Thu 17 Jan 13

PinzaC55 says...

Seriously, when they say it is "contaminated" with horse meat what does this mean? What is the deadly poison contained in horses which makes eating their flesh so dangerous?
Seriously, when they say it is "contaminated" with horse meat what does this mean? What is the deadly poison contained in horses which makes eating their flesh so dangerous? PinzaC55
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11:45pm Thu 17 Jan 13

expubcrawler says...

Nearly fell off my horse laughing at these jokes. Yorkshire people have a fantastic sense of humour.

I'm going for my tea now but I'm staying away from burgers; I think I'll have Saddle of Lamb instead.

By the way this story actually aired on most of the news channels in the U.S.
Nearly fell off my horse laughing at these jokes. Yorkshire people have a fantastic sense of humour. I'm going for my tea now but I'm staying away from burgers; I think I'll have Saddle of Lamb instead. By the way this story actually aired on most of the news channels in the U.S. expubcrawler
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12:25am Fri 18 Jan 13

baldiebiker says...

Back around 1980 bacon that had been condemned after being flooded at the Dane Pac factory at Selby was being put into hamburgers at a factory in Manchester also at the factory was kangaroo meat which was imported for pet food, so not much has changed.
please no jokes.
Back around 1980 bacon that had been condemned after being flooded at the Dane Pac factory at Selby was being put into hamburgers at a factory in Manchester also at the factory was kangaroo meat which was imported for pet food, so not much has changed. please no jokes. baldiebiker
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12:54am Fri 18 Jan 13

expubcrawler says...

"Back around 1980 bacon that had been condemned after being flooded at the Dane Pac factory at Selby was being put into hamburgers at a factory in Manchester also at the factory was kangaroo meat which was imported for pet food, so not much has changed.
please no jokes."

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Spoilsport!
"Back around 1980 bacon that had been condemned after being flooded at the Dane Pac factory at Selby was being put into hamburgers at a factory in Manchester also at the factory was kangaroo meat which was imported for pet food, so not much has changed. please no jokes." -------------------- -------------------- ----------- Spoilsport! expubcrawler
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1:14pm Fri 18 Jan 13

meme says...

Perhaps this could be a solution to the issues of stray horses around the roads in York
Perhaps this could be a solution to the issues of stray horses around the roads in York meme
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11:44am Tue 22 Jan 13

hikerman says...

I phoned Tesco and said i am a vegetarian do you do burger yes we do we have Uniquorn veggie burgers.
I phoned Tesco and said i am a vegetarian do you do burger yes we do we have Uniquorn veggie burgers. hikerman
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