But with every restaurant there is a different standard when it comes to cleanliness and hygiene.
And thanks to the Food Standards Agency (FSA), we can see what each of the hygiene ratings are for the different locations.
Inspections are carried out by the local authority and findings are updated on the FSA website each time a new inspection is carried out by the council.
What do the notes mean:
There are six different ratings a place can receive, from 0 to 5.
5 – Hygiene standards are very good
4 – Hygiene standards are good
3 – Hygiene standards are generally satisfactory
2 – Some improvements are needed
1 – A major improvement is needed
0 – Urgent improvement is required
How is Greggs rated?
Inspectors look at a few different key things when evaluating a restaurant’s hygiene, including:
The degree of hygiene with which food is handled, for example how it is prepared, cooked, reheated, cooled and stored.
Structural condition of buildings – cleanliness, layout, lighting, ventilation and other facilities.
How the company manages what it does to ensure food is safe and so the agent can be confident that standards will be maintained in the future.
All hygiene notes from Greggs in Blackburn:
Beehive Service Station, Beehive Trading Park, Haslingden, Road, Blackburn, BB1 2EE
Last inspection: August 8, 2016
26 King William Street, Blackburn, BB1 7DP
Last inspection: February 26, 2019
Blackburn Services, M65 Trade Road, Darwen, BB3 0AT
Last inspection: January 24, 2019
29 Market Way, Blackburn, BB1 7JQ
Last inspection: November 27, 2019
UC Crabtree Street, Blackburn, BB1 3HD
Blackburn Road, BB1 3AL
Last inspection: November 24, 2020