Valentines Day food hygiene warning
15:14 10 February 2014
COUPLES looking forward to a romantic meal for Valentines Day on Friday have been urged to check out the eatery’s food hygiene rating first.
Ninety-six per cent of restaurants, cafes and takeaways in East Devon have a rating of three or more.
Results are based on inspections carried out by East Devon District Council’s environmental health service.
Businesses in the area are rated on a scale ranging from zero, which means ‘urgent improvement necessary’, to a top rating of five, which is ‘very good’. Green and black food hygiene rating stickers are displayed on windows and doors.
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