CHESHUNT, England — Tesco has issued an apology after government testing found a high percentage of horsemeat in frozen beef burgers sold at stores in the U.K. and Ireland. The retailer removed all the affected products from its stores and is offering refunds to any customers who may have purchased the burgers. Customers do not need a receipt and can return just the packaging to receive a refund. “We will find out exactly what happened and, when we do, we’ll come back ...

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