A butcher in Perth's south has been fined nearly $20,000 for failing to meet food health standards.
Tom's Fresh Meat Markets at Belmont Forum Shopping Centre was convicted under the Food Act for harbouring pests and failing to keep its shop and equipment clean.
The offences occurred during three inspections of the premises in January and February 2017.
The butcher which, according to Belmont Forum's website, specialises in fresh cuts of meat and sausages, was fined $19,000 by the Department of Health and ordered to pay $2,561 in costs in October.
It is the seventh food business to be convicted under the Food Act this year.
The Department of Health regularly updates its public list with information regarding Food Act convictions.
This is the list of the most recent offenders.
13/10/2017 Tom's Fresh Meat Markets, Belmont
22/09/2017 Belmont Market, Cloverdale
21/08/2017 IGA Xpress, St James
31/03/2017 Maharajah Store, Willetton
13/03/2017 West Road Deli, Bassendean
17/02/2016 Nando's Northbridge
17/02//2017 Nando's Belmont Forum
14/12/2016 The Curry Tree, Nedlands
09/12/2016 Woolworths Kingsway
02/12/2016 Nando's Nedlands
04/11/2016 Belmont Tavern, Cloverdale
04/11/2016 Little Dragon Chinese, Warwick
20/09/2016 T&T Bakery, Morley Markets
02/09/2016 IGA Willetton
13/05/2016 Maya Masala, Westfield Innaloo
11/05/2016 Urban Turban, Cannington
12/04/2016 Kwinana Leda Supa IGA
09/03/2016 Nandos Spearwood
12/02/2016 Farmer Jacks, Subiaco
05/02/2016 Subidoo, Subiaco
02/02/2016 Kalamunda Patisserie