SMALL amounts of horse meat were discovered in lasagne produced by a company in North East Wales.
The beef dish produced by Creative Foods, on Aber Park, Flint, tested one per cent positive for horse DNA.
Owner of Creative Foods, Brakes, said it had been let down by its suppliers and would be recalling suspect products.
A spicy minced beef skewer also made by Brakes tested positive for horse DNA at between one and 10 per cent.
A statement from the company said: “Brakes and Creative Foods are very disappointed to have been let down by our respective suppliers and have sincerely apologised to our customers.
“As any responsible company, we have a duty of care to all our customers and the consumers they serve to guarantee the integrity of the products we purchase.
“Should any positive test result be confirmed on any Brakes or supplier brand product we purchase, customers who have received this product will be contacted and the product recalled or blocked from sale.”
The discovery comes after Flintshire Council removed all beef from school menus.