Signs with the Spanghero logo are seen at their head office in Castelnaudary, Southwestern France, February 14, 2013. An initial French investigation reported that horsemeat, which originated from a Romanian slaughterhouse, and transited through supplier Spanghero, ended up in a Luxembourg factory run by Comigel that produced food products labelled as beef meat. A French newspaper reported that Spanghero was billed for 42 tonnes in January 2013 for low grade horsemeat, which contradicts the firm's claim to have never knowingly bought or sold the meat. REUTERS/Jean-Philippe Arles (FRANCE - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS) - RTR3DS8Y
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