Case against E.coli butcher adjourned

The case against butcher John Tudor and Sons in Bridgend, which was at the centre of an inquiry last year into an E.coli outbreak in South Wales, has been adjourned.

The case against butcher John Tudor and Sons in Bridgend, the butcher at the centre of Wales's 'worst ever' E.coli outbreak, has been adjourned.

Following the outbreak in September 2005 William Tudor of the meat supplier was charged with four counts of supplying contaminated meat.

A preliminary hearing will be held on 30 November at Bridgend magistrates.

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