Those with the lowest zero ratings need urgent upgrades to ensure they are meeting food safety rules, while those with one and two star ratings also need to make less urgent improvements.
Fortunately most of our county#8217;s eateries have been awarded the top rating of five.
Some of the businesses haven#8217;t been inspected for several years, meaning they are likely to have stopped serving ready to eat food, while others have been inspected in the last few weeks and have failed to come up to scratch.
Zero means urgent improvement is necessary, one means major improvement is necessary and two means improvement necessary. The ratings are determined by the council, and published by the Food Standards Agency.
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The figures are taken from the Food Standards Agency website based on inspections by the local authority and were correct as on January 14, 2018.