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31 May 2012
FOOD SAFETY inspectors are to visit every school kitchen in Southwark after a News story last week raised concerns about the council’s hygiene rating system.
Council officers admitted that ‘teething problems’ with a new scoring system under the Food Standards Agency (FSA), brought in to replace the old ‘Scores on the Doors’ scheme, had led to confusion - with some schools listed online under three different inspection results on two systems at once.
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