Just Eat to ban restaurants with bad hygiene standards

  The Sun 

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JUST Eat is set to roll out a nationwide food safety improvement programme for the UK’s takeaway sector with a commitment of £1million to raise hygiene and safety standards. Under the scheme all zero-rated restaurants will be removed from the platform from May 1, and restaurants with a food hygiene rating of two or lower […]
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