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Bridgend County Borough Council has confirmed it has stopped using frozen minced beef supplied by Newport company Welsh Bros Foods.
It comes after a sample of frozen mince from Welsh Bros Foods reportedly tested positive for horsemeat.
Pembrokeshire and Cardiff Councils have confirmed they have withdrawn certain beef products from use in schools and care homes following the announcement.
Welsh Bros Foods says it is 'deeply shocked' at the reported find but believes it is an 'isolated incident'.
Cardiff Council says it has withdrawn all Welsh Bros Foods beef products from its schools, leisure centres and care homes.
It follows news that a sample of frozen minced beef supplied by the Newport-based company has reportedly tested positive for horsemeat.
Pembrokeshire Council has also withdrawn mince from its menus following the announcement.
No products have yet tested positive for equine DNA in Cardiff, but the council says it has taken the step 'as a precaution'.
Welsh Bros Foods says it is 'deeply shocked' following the reported test result but believes it is an 'isolated incident'.
Welsh Bros Foods says it is 'deeply shocked' that a sample of its frozen minced beef has reportedly tested positive for horsemeat.
The firm said the affected batch was produced nearly three months ago and other samples have reportedly tested negative for horsemeat, adding: "We therefore believe at this stage that this is an isolated incident."
The Welsh Affairs Committee says it is 'concerned' following news that horsemeat has reportedly been found in a batch of mince produced by a supplier in Wales.
Pembrokeshire County Council has withdrawn mince from its menus after being told a batch of frozen minced beef has potentially tested positive for horsemeat.
The mince was supplied by Welsh Bros Foods of Newport, Gwent, and was used by the council for schools, day centres and residential homes.
The council says it has also been made aware that frozen beef products supplied to Sodexo – a company providing catering services to the authority's privately-financed initiative school in Pembroke Dock – has tested positive for horsemeat.
Sodexo has withdrawn all frozen beef products from its UK catering operations.
People in Aberystwyth this morning had contrasting opinions on the horsemeat scandal.
Some said it showed how important it is to check what you are eating, while others said they had no problem with horsemeat, as it's safe to eat.
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Approved supplier Welsh Bros Foods confirmed a sample of its frozen minced beef has 'potentially tested positive' for above 1% horsemeat.
The Welsh Government says it is working with the police to ensure allegations of horse meat at a plant in west Wales are dealt with.