Blackpool names best and worst eateries

Mel Browitt, restaurant manager of Toast with his certificate.
Mel Browitt, restaurant manager of Toast with his certificate.
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NINE businesses have been named and shamed as among the worst in Blackpool when it comes to hygiene standards.

They have been rated with a zero which means “urgent improvement” is necessary.

No details have been released as to why the premises have failed so badly, but some bosses have already acted on the council’s sharp reminder they are not up to standard.

From tomorrow customers will be able to find out for the first time when food inspectors reveal the best and worst of Blackpool dining experiences.

Around 620 premises have been inspected so far and given ratings from zero to five – with zero meaning “urgent improvement necessary” and five meaning “very good.”

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