Ikea has withdrawn meatballs from sale in 14 European countries after tests in the Czech Republic found traces of horsemeat in a batch made in Sweden.
Meatballs from the same batch had been sold in many states, including the UK, France and Portugal, the retailer said.
Swiss food giant Nestle meanwhile said it had found horse DNA in meat from the Spanish supplier, Servocar.
The discoveries come as EU agriculture ministers meet for talks expected to focus on the growing horsemeat scandal.
Since the first horsemeat was discovered in frozen meals and burgers in the UK and Ireland last month, traces have been found in meat products across Europe.
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