ALDI has withdrawn more beef products after a supplier alerted them to a problem with them.
The supermarket chain said its French supplier Comigel had notified them that its Today's Special Frozen Beef Lasagne and Today's Special Frozen Spaghetti Bolognese did not meet product specifications.
Aldi had decided to withdraw them as a precautionary measure, a spokesman said.
"Comigel has flagged concerns that the products do not conform to specification.
"They have been withdrawn immediately so that Aldi can conduct its own investigations into the factory concerned. These investigations are continuing," a spokesperson said.
Aldi gave no indication this was linked to the horsemeat scandal.
Food giant Findus also withdrew a number of frozen beef lasagne lines produced by the French convenience company Comigel which supplies Aldi.
Tesco also said it was removing Everyday Value Spaghetti Bolognese as a precaution as it was produced in the same site.
There was no indication these withdrawals were linked to the horsemeat scandal.
Meanwhile Asda withdrew four frozen burger products from Freeza Meats in Northern Ireland as a precaution.
Freeza Meats was storing a product for a Monaghan meat trader McAdam Foods that was found to be 80pc horse.
Freeza said it never used this ingredient in its own production and all tests on its own burger had come back negative for horse DNA.