Welsh farmers claim that some supermarkets have gone back on their promise to stock more British lamb and beef, just a year after they agreed to try and sell more of their produce in the wake of the horsemeat scandal.
In 2013 international sales of Welsh beef and lamb hit £224million. But farmers say the money they get for their meat has since been slashed by a quarter. Hannah Thomas reports.
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