Practical Solutions (2013) - Egyptian Artist AHMED BADRY
In this series of sculptures and installations, Ahmed Badry uses images of certain damaged/problematic objects collected from the internet and existing in certain households to recreate them while finding a simple and practical solution to maintain their functionality.
Horse DNA Found in Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes
Horse DNA has been detected in Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes from Romania being sold in Britain.
The batch in question has been withdrawn from sale, Britain’s Food Standards Agency said.
The cereal was manufactured in Romania in January 2013 and was supplied to Home Bargains (TJ Morris Ltd) and Quality Save stores in Britain.
The presence of horse DNA in the product was identified during testing carried out by Lincolnshire County Council trading standards officers after complaints the flakes were “unusually salty”.
The product was found to contain horse DNA at a level of between 1 percent and 5 percent. It tested negative for the presence of the anti-inflammatory drug, phenylbutazone, or bute, which is banned from entering the food chain.
The affected batch has been withdrawn from sale.
The agency said anyone with the product stored in their pantry should return it to the store where it was purchased. The affected batch has a “best before” date of January 2016 and a batch code of 13.04.C.
The agency said horse DNA was not identified in the ingredients list and therefore should not have been present in the product.
- Tiberius Huntercorp for Nochy Mozg Reporting