The Food Standards Agency has announced that is has lifted the suspension against Farmbox Meats Ltd near Aberystwyth. They say the decision means they can now operate under 'conditional approval.'
The decision to restrict work at the plant was made in February at the height of the horse meat scandal. The owner of Farmbox Meats has always denied any wrongdoing.
Two welsh businesses who sell horse meat say they have seen a boost in sales following the scandal of horse being found in beef products.
Cowleys Fine Foods who make jerky from horse meat in Tonypandy say that in the last couple of weeks they have seen a marked increase in sales. Vinn Sullivan from Blaenavon is another company that has seen an increase in people interested in his produce.
A nursery in the South Wales Valleys and a nursing home in Gwent both bought the cottage pie from Castell Howell wholesalers.
The pie was made by Oak Farm Foods; five customers in total are believed to be affected.
Prime Minister David Cameron has called the horsemeat scandal an "appalling situation", stressing that if criminal activity has taken place "there should be the full intervention of the law".
Speaking at Prime Minister's Questions, Mr Cameron said an enhanced testing regime not only found contamination, but discovered that in some instances horsemeat had been passed off as beef.
He called the discovery "completely unacceptable".
I have just spoken to the abattoir owner in Yorkshire. He says it is a complete surprise the FSA have visited his site. The owner says he has a license to slaughter horses and denies any wrong-doing.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) says it has raided two meat businesses in the UK today, including one in Aberystwyth, as part of an investigation into horse meat being missold as beef.
The FSA and police raided the Peter Boddy Licensed Slaughterhouse, Todmorden, West Yorkshire, which is suspected of supplying horse carcasses to Farmbox Meats Ltd, Llandre, Aberystwyth.