It started with a frozen Findus lasagna and resulted in changed eating habits across Europe. But only now has the European Commission revealed the results of its investigation into the horsemeat scandal. It's spent three months testing products from 11 EU countries. France tops the table - around 13% of the samples tested positive for more than 1% horse DNA. Greece followed with 12.5 percent. And Germany and Italy both revealed around 3 percent of contaminated samples.
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