Farmers in the Borders are calling for changes to what they say is a "bizarre" system which means the meat they produce cannot be labelled as Scottish.
Lambs and pigs from the area are having to be slaughtered in England because there are no longer any abattoirs in the Borders.
However, that means the meat has to be labelled as British rather than Scottish.
Watch the full report from Jenny Longden below.
The supermarket chain Aldi has promised to re-label some of its cooked meat products after they appeared to suggest that they came from Scottish beef and turkey.
The meat was actually from the EU and Brazil but it was processed in Kirkconnel, near Sanquhar.
The food retailer was responding to outrage from local farmers in the Scottish Borders.
Matthew Taylor reports: