But it was only once its finally crossed the Alps and made its way to the Swiss factories of Nestle, the world’s largest food maker, did the horsemeat scandal truly go global. The FT reports that “the escalating horsemeat scandal has ensnared two of the biggest names in the food industry, Nestlé, the world’s number-one food maker, and JBS, the largest beef producer by sales. Switzerland-based Nestlé on Monday removed pasta meals from shelves in Italy and Spain and suspended deliveries of all processed products containing meat from German supplier, H.J. Schypke, after tests revealed traces of horse DNA above 1 per cent.
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