Crewe coffee chain outlet handed three-star food hygiene rating
By Ryan Parker
12th Feb 2024 | Local News
One of Crewe's Costa Coffee outlets has handed a three-star food hygiene rating, according to a recent Food Standard Agency (FSA) report.
The FSA Food Hygiene Rating Scheme is aimed at helping people choose where to eat out or shop for food.
This scheme is in partnership with local authorities in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
It gives businesses a rating from zero to five, displayed at their premises and online.
A three-star hygiene rating means standards are 'generally satisfactory' for the business.
All information was taken from the Food Standard Agency website as of Monday 12 February:
- Costa Coffee, Grand Junction Retail Park (Coffee Shop) - Three Star - (November 16, 2023).
A food safety officer from Cheshire East Council inspected the coffee chain to check it was following food hygiene law and ensuring the food sold was safe to eat.
At all inspections, the officer checked the following three elements:
- Hygienic food handling - generally satisfactory
- Cleanliness and condition of facilities and building - generally satisfactory
- Management of food safety - generally satisfactory
Costa Coffee was rated three-star based on these checks.
Crewe Nub News has contacted the Costa Coffee for comment.
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