Speaking on behalf of the owner of Farmbox Meats in Wales, which is currently being investigated by the Food Standards Authority (FSA), solicitor Aled Owen said his client had been "disturbed" by allegations meat had been mis-labelled by the business.
He added that he and his client had also been "disappointed" by the way the matter had been commented upon by some politicians:
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