More join the top food hygiene club
More food outlets in the Boston area have achieved top marks for hygiene.
Latest to join the establishments with the highest five rating for food hygiene are:
Swineshead St. Mary's Primary School, Abbey Road; Supreme Inn, Donington Road; Mr D Meed, Ferry Lane; Boston Rugby Club, Great Fen Road; Mint, Horncastle Road; S S & Sons, 2 James Street; East Lincs Seafoods, London Road; The Minstrels, Main Road; Golden Dragon, 39 Market Place; Domino's Pizza, Skirbeck Road; Elmwood House Nursery Home, 90 Sleaford Road; Boston West Academy, Sussex Avenue; The Burger Bar, The Layby; Hawthorn Tree Community Children's Centre, Toot Lane; St. Johns Nursing Home, White House Lane; McColls, 12 Wide Bargate.
Boston Borough Council's environmental health officers have inspected the premises and rated them in line with the Food Standard Agency's Food Hygiene Rating Scheme.
The scheme helps consumers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland choose where to eat out or shop for food by giving them information about the hygiene standards in restaurants, takeaways and food shops.
You can search for information about hygiene standards at restaurants, takeaways and food shops at http://ratings.food.gov.uk/
Alison Means, the council's environmental health manager, said: "It is pleasing for us, as professionals, and comforting for the public, as customers, to see an ever-increasing number of premises in this area achieving the highest rating for food hygiene.
"We would encourage all establishments to strive to meet the highest standards being achieved."