Latest food hygiene ratings for Sunderland businesses – including takeaways which have only been given one star

Sunderland City Council food safety inspectors have awarded a number of businesses and premises a range of food hygiene ratings after recent assessments were carried out.

Ratings range from zero to five stars, with zero meaning urgent improvement needed, one star meaning major improvement needed, two stars meaning improvement needed, three meaning hygiene standards are generally poor. satisfactory, four means the hygiene standards are good and five means the standards are very good.

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Sunderland businesses that recently received a new food hygiene rating

During an inspection, officers look at areas such as hygienic food handling, cleanliness and condition of facilities and buildings, and food safety management.

In order to achieve a maximum score of five, a company must do well in all elements of food hygiene standards and if this is not given, the officer will explain the actions needed to improve.

Scroll down to read the full list of recent notes in postal code order:

inspections are ordered by the Food Standards Agency

Humbledon Fisheries – 57 Ettrick Grove, Sunderland SR3 4AW – Awarded four stars 16th August

China City -37 Carley Rd, Sunderland SR5 2RP – Awarded three stars 31 August

Cream Curls – 2b Front St, Chilton Moor, Houghton le Spring DH4 6LR – Awarded a star 18th August

Grill House – 11 Elemore Lane, Easington Lane, Houghton-Le-Spring, DH5 0QB – Awarded three stars 23rd August

Inspections are ordered by the Food Standards Agency, an independent government service working to protect public health and the wider food interests of consumers.

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