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The Norwegian Food Safety Authority said Friday it would file a police complaint against a food company after finding large quantities of pork in its halal-labeled products.

Kebab meat sold by Norwegian group Kuraas to restaurants contained between five and 30 percent pork even though it was marked as halal, the agency found.

"We will file a complaint against the producer," Catherine Signe Svinland, an adviser at the food safety watchdog, told AFP.


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