Recycling collections across Stratford-on-Avon District will start again on Monday 2 August.
The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme (FHRS) helps consumers choose where to eat out or where to order food from. The scheme gives you information about the hygiene standards in restaurants, pubs, cafés, takeaways and supermarkets at the time they are inspected by authorised officers from the Food & Safety team.
It's not easy to judge hygiene standards on appearance alone, so the rating gives you an idea of what's going on in the kitchen, or behind closed doors. You can check the ratings and use the information to switch to or choose a place with higher standards. It's also good to share this information with friends and family. The scheme also encourages businesses to improve hygiene standards.
This scheme is run in partnership with the Food Standards Agency.
Please note that scores are awarded on the points below and are not rated on the quality of the food the business produces.
An authorised Food Safety Officer will inspect businesses to check they meet the requirements of food hygiene law. During the inspection, the officer will check:
The standards found at the time of the inspection are then scored. At the bottom of the scale is '0'; this means urgent improvement is required. At the top of the scale is '5'; this means the hygiene standards are very good.