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A pictures shows the logo signage on the front of a branch of British... Foto di attualitàAldi,Cibo,Composizione verticale,Cultura britannica,Finanza,Fotografia,Logo,Londra,Londra e hinterland,Ramo,Regno Unito,Simbolo,Vendita al dettaglioPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPA pictures shows the logo signage on the front of a branch of British food retailer Aldi in London on February 9, 2013. The British supermarket chain Aldi voiced anger on February 8 after finding that two of its own brand frozen ready meal ranges -- beef lasagne and spaghetti bolognese -- contained between 30 and 100 percent horsemeat. The meals were all produced in Luxembourg for French supplier Comigel, which said the horsemeat used originally came from a Romanian abattoir via a meat-processing firm called Spanghero in southwest France. AFP PHOTO / WILL OLIVER (Photo credit should read WILL OLIVER/AFP/Getty Images)