Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 13 July 2014

It pays to display hygiene ratings

BUSINESSES in Northern Ireland are being encouraged by the Food Standards Agency to make the most of their food hygiene rating to help drive trade. The FSA said that more food businesses are now displaying their hygiene rating stickers, with one third of them saying that it has resulted in greater customer confidence. For more information see www.food.gov.uk/business-toolkit-fhrs

BUSINESSES in Northern Ireland are being encouraged by the Food Standards Agency to make the most of their food hygiene rating to help drive trade. The FSA said that more food businesses are now displaying their hygiene rating stickers, with one third of them saying that it has resulted in greater customer confidence. For more information see www.food.gov.uk/business-toolkit-fhrs

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