Restaurants in North Wales 'mis-selling' Welsh lamb.

A recent survey of restaurants and eateries in North Wales has found that Welsh lamb is routinely being mis-sold, a situation which is being seen by the Farmers Union of Wales as a significant step backwards in the promotion of quality Welsh produce.

Of the 244 restaurants, pubs, takeaways and hotels included in the survey, a staggering 50% were unable to identify the orifina of products which were being described and sold as 'Welsh lamb'.

FUW President, Gareth Vaughan, said "Farmers in Wales have good reason to want accurate and unambiguous labelling of Welsh lamb."  "In the past few years imported meat has been the subject of a number of mislabelling incidents which could have tarnished the quality image of food produced in Wales".


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