Supermarket Group Albert Heijn has been ordered to change the labelling on its extra lean minced beef, because it does not contain just meat.
A complaint to the food standards authority was made by food journalist Geerit Jan Groothedde last year. He argued the package also contained 30% soya and grains and should be described as a beef product.
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