Food ‘fraudsters’ pushing products with animal meat not labelled on packaging

 Britain’s Food Standards Agency (FSA), responsible for keeping our food safe, found cases where ham slices contained no ham  It also found lamb doners that contained no lamb and discovered sausages that were packed with beef instead of pork  The findings came after the FSA carried 69 tests between June 2018 and May 2019 Horrifying analysis also revealed that 12 items were contaminated with “unspecified meat or DNA species not declared on the label", Mirror Online reports    Experts blasted those responsible, adding customers were being misled

 David Pickering, of the Chartered Trading Standard Institute, branded the discovery a "fraud consumers can’t see"  He added: "How would you know that the ham in your sandwich is not really ham?" Which? strategic policy adviser Sue Davies said: “It is concerning if, six years on from the horse meat scandal, consumers are still being misled about the meat they are eating    "The ­Government and local authorities must clamp down on food fraud" The horrifying revelations come six years after the horse meat scandal that rocked the UK back in 2013  Everyday brands from Tesco to Findus and Burger King were forced to pull products off shelves amid fears of “contamination”  Findus admitted some of its lasagne were 100% horsemeat