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The two men appeared in relation to the alleged mislabelling of goat meat products intended for sale.
Dafydd Raw-Rees, the owner and Food Business Operator of Farmbox Meats Limited in Aberystwyth and Colin Patterson, the company representative, are alleged to have been involved in the mislabelling of goat meat products intended for sale.
She said: "Following a joint investigation by the Food Standards Agency, Dyfed Powys Police and Ceredigion Council, criminal proceedings have been instituted against two individuals and a company in relation to the alleged mislabelling of goat meat products intended for sale.
He said: "The timeline of events suggests the negative media coverage generated by the first cod mislabelling study put the large supermarkets under intense scrutiny, which acted as a positive catalyst for change.
Those involved and those who have profited from fraudulent mislabelling at every level of the supply chain should be punished.
Dr Stefano Mariani, from the UCD School of Biology and Environmental Science, said they found mislabelling in all the businesses they surveyed.
A COMPANY director was fined pounds 6,000 yesterday for mislabelling hundreds of bottles of water.
Some were quality issues and there were two examples of mislabelling.
TV chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall said mislabelling was undermining the careful management of fish stocks, adding: "It is vital every fish that reaches market is labelled and sold for what it is.
Union officials said they were currently working with the Assembly Government on new policies to prevent the mislabelling or misrepresentation of eggs - including amendments to existing EU policies - which would ensure Wales led the way on the issue.
Leading supermarkets are routinely being hauled up by the authorities over suspected mislabelling on own-label food, The Grocer has learned.
pages 10&11 Clampdown on food mislabelling TRADING standards officials have vowed to clamp down on the problem of food mislabelling in the wake of recent court cases.