The Food Hygiene Rating (or scores on the doors) is based on an assessment of Hygiene practices, Structural requirements and Management. Each is rated from 0 (good) to 25 (bad).
The overall scores gives the hygiene rating. The highest scores produce the lowest rating.
The rating is given relating to what is seen at the time of the inspection so if you have having a bad day then the rating may reflect that. You can appeal against a rating given and you can request a re-rating but not normally before 3 months of the date of the inspection.
If you have been given a low rating or think your rating is unfair then please call for advice.
Food hygiene ratings in the UK do not currently have to be displayed in the business (unlike Wales) however they can be accessed in one of the following ways:
There are also phone apps so that people can check the Hygiene Rating of the businesses near them or ones they are considering visiting.
By calling the local Environmental Health department for information, inspection details are available to anyone under the Freedom of Information Act.
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