AU: Brisbane City Council names and shames 58 venues over poor food safety, collects $622,500 in fines
ABC News: Brisbane City Council has named and shamed a number of food venues that failed to comply with its EatSafe food safety guidelines last year. Fifty-eight businesses, including bakeries, restaurants and fast food chains, were prosecuted and fined $622,500 last year.
Lord Mayor Graham Quirk praised the EatSafe program for its success over the past five years. “We now have over 1,100 food businesses with a five-star rating and over 90 per cent compliance with State Government food safety regulations,” he said.