Food Hygiene Rating

BHA welcomes quicker food hygiene re-inspections

BHA welcomes quicker food hygiene re-inspections

By Hannah Thompson

Restaurants can now have their food hygiene rating re-evaluated as soon as they make improvements, rather than waiting months or years, in a move welcomed by the British Hospitality Association (BHA).

Fifty-six per cent of Welsh businesses now have a food hygiene rating of 5

Food hygiene standards improve in Wales

By Sophie Witts

Food hygiene standards in Wales have risen in the year since it was made compulsory for businesses to display their food hygiene rating.

Half of diners concerned about food safety

Half of diners concerned about food safety

By Sophie Witts

51 per cent of diners are ‘fairly’ or ‘very’ concerned about food safety in UK restaurants, pubs, cafes and takeaways, a report by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has found.

It will now be compulsory for food businesses in Wales to display their food hygiene rating

Hygiene rating display becomes mandatory in Wales

By Emma Eversham

Restaurants, hotels, pubs and other businesses serving food in Wales will now have to display their hygiene ratings by law after the Welsh Assembly's Food Hygiene Rating (Wales) Act 2013 was granted Royal Assent. 

The FHRS rates a business's hygiene from zero to five

National Food Hygiene Rating Scheme begins roll-out

By Becky Paskin

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is encouraging local authorities to adopt its new national Food Hygiene Ratings System (FHRS), launched today at Bluewater shopping centre, to reduce the number of annual food poisoning cases.


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