A Welsh family business that started 18 years ago has been awarded one of the highest accolades in the European culinary world - a protected food name status.
The people behind Anglesey sea salt were honoured at a special event in London today as their product joined the likes of Welsh lamb and Stilton cheese.
The move comes after foreign companies were found to be selling something falsely claiming to be Anglesey sea salt.
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