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Dafydd Raw-Rees, 66, pictured, the owner and food business operator of Farmbox Meats Limited in Aberystwyth, and Colin Patterson, 43, the company representative, are accused of mislabelling goat meat as either lamb or mutton for the purposes of sale.
TWO men have been charged over the alleged mislabelling of goat meat.
Labour shadow ministers and consumer watchdogs last night demanded tougher penalties against businesses caught mislabelling food and better enforcement of rules on food fraud.
Researchers found mislabelling in big retailers has been completely eradicated but takeaways are selling other species as cod.
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However, RFF have since been given evidence of further white fish mislabelling at the same store last month.
Dr Sarah Helyar, who carried out the study, said: "While the rate of mislabelling appears low, this is a huge industry.
More4 also reported 46 cases had been recorded where mislabelling was found to be related to delays in patients' treatment and even deaths.
Dunbia Dungannon, part of the Dunbia Group, was accused by three former employees of mislabelling Brazilian beef as British.
An investigation into the mislabelling of eggs was launched last November.
THE Farmers' Union of Wales has demanded more focus from the Food Standards Agency (FSA) on tackling fraud and mislabelling after supermarket beef products were found to contain horse meat.
Scientists carried out research in supermarkets, fishmongers and take-aways here and in the UK and found a shockingly high level of mislabelling.