A LEIGH takeaway has been slapped with a brand new zero-out-of-five hygiene ranking.
Mum’s Indian Kitchen on Chapel Road, Leigh, was given the minimal rating after an evaluation on August 18, the Meals Requirements Company’s web site exhibits.
From a rating of zero to 5, meals hygiene scores are given to meals dealing with companies after an inspection has assessed how properly they adjust to meals security legal guidelines.
The ranking displays the requirements of meals hygiene discovered on the date of the inspection by the native authority.
The evaluation at Mum’s Indian Kitchen discovered that pressing enchancment is critical for its hygienic meals dealing with, the cleanliness and situation of the constructing, and the administration of meals security.
A zero meals hygiene ranking additionally means that the enterprise may very well be placing individuals’s well being at instant danger.
The ranking is a major fall in requirements because the enterprise was given a four-star ranking on its earlier inspection in August 2020, when buying and selling as Indian Kitchen Leigh.
Nonetheless, its new ranking makes it the one enterprise out of 319 takeaways throughout the Wigan borough to obtain a zero hygiene ranking.
Angelo’s Takeaway, additionally on Chapel Road, was beforehand the borough’s lowest-rated takeaway on the Meals Requirements Web site following an inspection in June.
Nonetheless, the takeaway enterprise improved to a one-star ranking on their re-inspection in August.
Mum’s Indian Takeaway will probably be given probability to enhance its hygiene requirements and can seemingly be re-inspected within the coming months.