Food safety fears in Fife as more than half of premises are overdue visits

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New figures have cast doubt over food safety in Fife after more than half of the kingdom’s food premises were found to be overdue visits by hygiene inspectors last year. The post Food safety fears in Fife as more than half of premises are overdue visits appeared first onThe Courier .
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