Beechwood Fine Foods, the Tring town deli café, have recently been awarded the highest score of 5 out of 5 in the recent Food Hygiene Rating Scheme, recognizing their very good standards of food hygiene.
The scheme is a Food Standards Agency/Local Authority partnership initiative, designed to assist consumers decide where to eat out or shop for food with good food hygiene standards. The top marks awarded to Beechwood Fine Foods indicate ‘Very Good’ food hygiene standards. The rating scheme is colloquially referred to as ‘scores on the doors’ and information on food businesses participating in the scheme can be found at http://www.food.gov.uk/multimedia/webpage/moreabouten.
In this instance, the award was made via The Food Standards Agency in conjunction with Dacorum Borough Council Environmental Health Department.
The scheme was launched nationally on the 29th February 2012 and provides the rating or inspection result given to a business to reflect the standards of food hygiene on the inspection by the local authority.
Toby Murray, Owner of Beechwood Fine Foods, said, “Sarah and I are absolutely delighted that we have been awarded the highest score of 5 out of 5 and very proud of our success to date. We are still a relatively young business; we thought we were doing all the right things but it is reassuring to have it confirmed by the new scheme and to be able to display this to all our customers. It’s really rewarding to have all our hard work recognized in this way”.
For further information, visit www.beechwoodfinefoods.com or contact Toby and Sarah Murray on tel: 01442 828812.