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(TwinCities.com)   British supermarket chain Asda says it is recalling all corned beef from its budget range after traces of a veterinary drug were found in some batches   (twincities.com) divider line 51
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2013-04-10 01:47:55 PM  

Alonjar: I dont understand whats sick about administering medicine to animals you intend to eat... and it seems logical that you might find traces in its flesh afterwards.

The "medicine" wasn't administered to animals intended for eating. It got into the corned "beef" hash, because like apparently every other processed meat in Europe, there was horse in there, and racehorses are routinely given this particular painkiller.

/Not a dangerous amount in the food, and less than 1 percent horse, so meh.
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