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The National Food Hygiene Ratings Scheme (run in partnership with the Food Standards Agency (FSA)), rates the food hygiene standards of food businesses in Preston following a food hygiene inspection.
Please note: all food businesses should display their Food Hygiene Rating stickers and certificates in a prominent place such as front doors and windows.
Enables consumers to make an informed choice about where they choose to eat out or shop for food.
Following a food hygiene inspection, food businesses are rated from 0 - 5:
5 = very good
4 = good
3 = generally satisfactory
2 = improvement necessary.
1 = major improvement necessary
0 = urgent improvement necessary
This is based on compliance with food hygiene law in the following areas:
Please note: the rating does not reflect the quality of food or the standard of service provided to customers.
For information on how to achieve a high food hygiene rating see achieving a high food hygiene rating score.
To search for a food hygiene rating in Preston visit Food Standards Agency – Food Hygiene Ratings.
If you are the food business owner and don’t agree with your rating, you can do the following actions:
You have the right to reply to a food hygiene rating given to your business.
This allows you to explain any unusual circumstances at the time of the inspection. You can also reply to explain actions that have been taken to improve your rating that were detailed in your inspection letter.
For more information see reply to a food hygiene rating.
You have the right to appeal a food hygiene rating if you feel it does not reflect the food hygiene standards and food safety management controls found at the time of the inspection.
For more information see appeal a food hygiene rating.
If you have carried out the necessary actions to improve your food hygiene standards identified at the last inspection, you can request a re-inspection.
Re- inspections allow you to request a re-visit to your business to re-inspect food hygiene standards and re-rate your food hygiene score.
For more information see request a re-inspection.