Halifax has some great places to eat on offer. With everything from curry houses, a plethora of superb independent restaurants and plenty of delicious takeaways serving just about every cuisine you can imagine.
However, it’s not all fun and games. The Food Standards Agency have dished out a fresh batch of food hygiene ratings and some eateries are feeling worse for wear with a batch of low ratings being handed out.
Among the various hygiene ratings, there are a number of businesses which have achieve the lowest score possible – a ZERO.
What Do Food Hygiene Ratings Mean?
Ratings are given out following an inspection which assesses how well a business complies with food safety law. Based on a scale of 0 to 5, with 0 being the lowest and 5 being the best score available.
A Food Hygiene Rating of 0
High Speed Training specialises in training businesses to achieve good scores, they describe what a score of 0 means “This means that urgent improvement is necessary. Receiving a 0 means that your business scored more than 50 points (these points are based on issues the inspector finds in the premises). For example, if the business fails to keep records of any safety systems and have significant food hygiene breaches that could put people’s health at immediate risk.”
Businesses in Halifax with a Food Hygiene Rating of 0
25 Ovenden Road Halifax, HX3 5QG
114-116 Gibbet Street Halifax, HX1 5BZ
Ovenden Polski Skley
356 Ovenden Road Halifax, HX3 5TJ