Stuff recently reported:

Food outlets in Hamilton appear to be improving their hygiene standards and record-keeping. Soon Hamiltonians will be able to monitor where to buy their food  (or not)  themselves.

The Hamilton figures seemingly represent an improvement on 2018/19, when 12 businesses incurred the attentions of council inspectors, and 2017/18, when eight food outlets suffered a black mark of some kind under the auspices of the Food Act 2014.

And in 2021, diners, grocery shoppers and takeaway buyers will be able to access a database that informs them of how good (or bad) the city’s food outlets are before they make a choice of where to spend their money.

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By Angela Zoey

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