UK: Food Standards Agency to tackle poor hygiene in catering
The Food Standards Agency is set to tackle hygiene standards in catering after latest official statistics on the enforcement of food safety laws revealed that half of restaurants and catering premises inspected broke some rules. Some 235,969 restaurants and catering establishments were inspected last year, of which 118,555 had broken some food safety rules. Restaurants and caterers are by far the largest sector in the food industry, employing about two million people.
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