Two Dunfermline food businesses presented with Eat Safe awards
Archived news: published on Tuesday 18 Apr 2017 by Fife Council
Aroma Coffee Bar presentation
Eat Safe awards were recently presented by Fife Council’s Environmental Health (Food & Workplace Safety) Team to the Aroma Café Bar and McDonalds both located in Dunfermline. These awards are issued by Food Standards Scotland and all awardees are placed on their national website.
The Aroma Coffee Bar is situated within the Queen Margaret Hospital, Whitefield Road, Dunfermline. This small cafe serves the staff, patients and visitors in this hospital with a selection of hot and cold drinks and light meals.
McDonalds at Fife Leisure Park opened back in 2000 and consists of a 24 hour restaurant , takeaway and drive through.
Businesses in Fife who achieve food hygiene and food safety management standards beyond those required by law may be eligible for an Eat Safe Award.
Eligible establishments are assessed for the award as part of scheduled food hygiene inspections undertaken by officers from Local Authority Environmental Health teams. Fife Council’s Service Manager - Environmental Health (Food & Workplace Safety) Lisa McCann said: "The Eat Safe award is only presented to businesses that have achieved hygiene standards beyond those required by law. My congratulations must go to the staff and management at these premises. I would encourage all businesses in Fife to aim for this award. It gives them a valuable tool to reassure their customers of a continuing commitment to produce food safely."
Photographs show (l-r): Tom Weanie (Environmental Health Officer), Janet Summarsett, Jackie Nobile and Takako Selway (Aroma Coffee Bar)
Tom Weanie (Environmental Health Officer) and Graeme Spence (McDonalds)
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