An outlet of Australian retail giant Woolworths is facing a A$2000 (US$1000) fine after it was judged to have sold minced meat in such a way as to have mislead consumers over its quality, in the ACT Magistrates Court. The Lanyon Market Place store sold and displayed minced meat which was not as lean as its labelling suggested on 1 and 16 August last year, said the Health Protection Service.