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Esther de Lange

Esther de Lange (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɛs.tər də ˈlɑŋə]) (19 February 1975 in Spaubeek) is a Dutch politician for the Christian Democratic Appeal (CDA). Since 2007 she has been an MEP. She managed to get publicity in a presentation of a report on food fraud by declaring that industrial calamares are often made from pig recta.[1] The story turned out to be based on rumors and there was no information in the report to indicate that pig recta were actually used for calamares.[2]


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