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Horsemeat scandal: Supermarkets 'not out of woods'

Tests are continuing on beef products as supermarkets check that their products do not contain horsemeat.

The Food Standards Agency says that after 2,501 fresh tests no new products have been identified as containing more than 1% horsemeat.

It said the 29 positive results were on seven previously withdrawn products.

Justin King, chief executive of Sainsbury's, says none of its meat has been shown to contain horsemeat so far, but added: "Nobody can say they're out of the woods".

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