STOCKHOLM, Feb. 28 — IKEA's meatball producer, Swedish company Dafgard, on Wednesday confirmed that the company's own tests showed high content of horsemeat in their meatballs, local media reported.
According to the company's own tests, all the tested products were found to contain one to ten percent of horsemeat.
"Illegal activities have been going on against us. We are cheated and deceived," said Magnus Dafgard, vice president of the company Dafgard.
On Monday the Swedish home products giant IKEA confirmed that it had stopped selling meatballs in Sweden since horsemeat was detected in the products, of which most were produced by Dafgard. (PNA/Xinhua)