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The food hygiene rating scheme, commonly known as ‘Scores On The Doors’ is a system run by local authorities in England, Wales and Northern Ireland in partnership with the Food Standards Agency. A similar scheme operates in Scotland.
Local authorities carry out inspections of food businesses to check that they meet the requirements of food hygiene law and based on the findings of the inspection the food business is given a score of 0 – 5; 0 being the lowest (non compliance) and 5 the highest. The score is published on the Food Standards Agencies website.
Businesses in England and Northern Ireland do not currently have to display their rating, however the situation in Wales is different. Food businesses In Wales that receive a new rating after 28 November 2013, must by law display a sticker showing their score in a prominent place e.g. front door, window etc.
Do you need assistance with improving your Food Hygiene Rating?
We have worked with food businesses to help them improve their score. For the food businesses we have worked with all now have the maximum score of 5 and are proudly displaying and promoting their new score for all their customers to see.
We can help you implement practical food safety solutions that will ensure you comply with the law, keep your customers safe and when the inspectors arrive you will be confident to show off your good practices and high standards.