Australian Food Safety News: Officially beginning next year, South Australian pubs, cafés and restaurants will be able to publically display the food safety rating they receive during council inspections.

A successful trial period has laid the foundation for the new program called the Food Safety Rating Scheme. The rating will be based on the business’s scores for a variety of criteria gathered by council health inspectors.

The program informs consumers of a business’s overall standard of food safety in an easy to understand way. The design of the sticker acts as a trust indicator and provides consumers with a quick indication of a business’s score.

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