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Food company Freeza Meats fined £70,000 costs
A Newry food company has been ordered to pay more than £70,000 costs for falsely labelling beef products and Halal meats.
Freeza Meats Ltd was also fined £22,500 for fraudulently selling burgers to which beef hearts had been added.
The company, which no longer trades, was at the centre of a horsemeat scandal in 2013.
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