Denbighshire County Council says its food suppliers are so far completely free of horse meat.
In a statement issued earlier today, the authority says: "The Council is committed to providing the best services possible to all of its consumers.
"As a result, it has carried out extensive checks with its food providers in light of the food labelling issues and no issues have emerged to date.
"We have rigorous processes in place and we already work closely with TUCO, the food consortium used by the council and they have contacted all its meat product suppliers, asking them to submit evidence that authenticity checks have been carried out to ensure that no horse meat is used in any of its products.
"The council is also contacting any suppliers outside the TUCO arrangement.
"Additional checks with our suppliers to schools, residential homes and leisure centres have been carried and no issues have emerged so far. H
"However, residents in Denbighshire can be reassurred that the council will continue liaising with its suppliers in order to carry out further checks.
"We are also working closely with the Food Standards Agency Wales through visiting food businesses such as meat cold stores and meat products premises to check on traceability of meat and reporting back to the FSA Wales with our findings."