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Scores on Doors

Scores on Doors is the NSW food hygiene scoring program which displays the results of food premises inspections. It makes public how well local restaurants, takeaway shops, bakeries, pub bistros and cafés are complying with NSW hygiene and food safety requirements.

Scores on doors

Scores on Doors is the NSW food business hygiene rating program that enables consumers to make informed choices about where to eat or shop for food. It drives food safety culture in food businesses and therefore a reduction in foodborne illness.
Scores on Doors gives greater visibility and transparency of compliance by food businesses.

 

Eating out? Getting food in? Check the Scores on Doors

To help you choose where to eat out or shop for food Moree Plains Shire Council is participating in the NSW Scores on Doors program.
The program gives you information about the hygiene standards in restaurants, pub bistros, cafés, takeaways, hotels, and other places you eat out.

Visible hygiene scores

Scores on Doors is being run by Moree Plains Shire Council in partnership with the NSW Food Authority.
The program will help you choose where to eat out or shop for food.
Certificates and stickers on display at food premises give you information about the hygiene standards in food premises at the time they are inspected by one of our officers. Council officers check that businesses are meeting legal requirements for food hygiene.
It’s not easy to judge hygiene standards on appearance alone. The Scores on Doors certificates and stickers give you an idea of what’s going on in the kitchen, or behind closed doors.

Consumers can choose

Scores on Doors - Hygiene and Food SafetyYou can check the scores and use the information to choose a business with higher standards.
It’s also good to share this information with friends and family.
Scores on Doors ratings recognise businesses with the highest standards and encourage others to improve.
The aim is to reduce the number of cases of food poisoning which currently affects around 5.4 million Australians every year.

 

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