The Daily Mail reports that John Tudor and Son, of Bridgend, South Wales, has reopened for business.
The Bridgend County Borough Council issued certificates after inspections of the meat supplier were conducted. They have, however, made it clear that there will be additional inspections carried out to “ensure continual compliance with relevant legislation in accordance with the council’s duty under the Food Safety Act 1990.”

More than 150 people were affected and five-year-old Mason Jones, of Deri, near Bargoed, died as a result of the E. coli outbreak that was traced back to John Tudor and Son.