A GOLF club, cafes and pubs have made the list of food businesses in Worcester that recently received five stars for food hygiene from health inspectors.
Scores are judged by Worcestershire Regulatory Services inspectors based on food handling standards, how food is stored, how food is prepared, cleanliness of facilities and pest control , food safety management and evidence that staff know about food safety.
Five-star Worcester businesses that will make the list after further inspections include:
Sapey Golf and Country Club, Upper Sapey (January 17)
The Fruit Shack at St Peters Garden Centre, Pear Tree Farm, Broomhall (January 20)
WRFC Trading Ltd, Worcester Warriors Sixways Stadium (January 29)
Cafe Zest At House Of Fraser, Chapel Walk (January 27)
Cardinals Hat, Friar Street (January 20)
Centenary Lounge, The Cross (January 27)
Newtown Cantonese Take Away, Newtown Road (February 2)
PJ’s At The Tything Coffee Club, The Tything (January 28)
Red Hen Cookery at St Georges Catholic Primary School, Thorneloe Walk (28 January)
Tilleys Sandwich Bar, Lowesmoor (January 27)
A number of businesses in the region have already scored highest in their inspections in recent years, with a full list on the Food Standards Agency’s (FSA) food.gov.uk website.
Others included on the list after recent inspections include:
Laugherne Grange B&B, Bransford Road, Rushwick (January 24)
Miller And Carter, Unit A3-3, Cathedral Square, High Street (January 25)
Our Place, The Orchard, Bransford (January 14)
Shire Services @ Chantry High School, Martley (January 21)
All Bar One, Cathedral Square (January 20)
Blinky’s Butties, Carp Close (January 24)
G And Tea, in Friar Street (January 21)
Good Roots at Worcester Royal Porcelain Works, Severn Street (January 20)
North Worcester Primary Academy, John Comyn Drive (25 January)
Pizza Express Limited, College Street (January 20)
The Myriad Centre, St Georges Walk (January 21)
The Fruit Shack at St Peters Garden Centre, Pear Tree Farm, Norton (January 20)
Jamaica Wah Gwaan, Church Street (January 20)
Marks & Spencer – Cafe Revive, High Street (January 20)
All information published is based on results from the FSA website and is correct as of February 3, with inspections listed as the last carried out.