Food Hygiene Information Scheme Rating

The Food Hygiene Information Scheme (FHIS) rates the hygiene standards in Scottish food premises. These premises cover eating places from pubs to prisons, suppliers like supermarkets and food shops, and processors such as butchers and packers.

The scheme is run by local authorities such as Glasgow City Council (GCC) in partnership with the Food Standards Agency Scotland (FSA).

The FSA Scotland rating has four outcomes:

  • Improvement Required
  • Pass
  • Pass and Eat Safe
  • Awaiting inspection

Definitions can be found on the FSA websites.

Data includes:

  • business type (pub, retail, restaurant, school etc.);
  • food premises identifiers (name, address, FHRSID);
  • Rating (grade & Date);
  • Location (Longitude/Latitude, Address).

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Additional Info

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Maintainer Glasgow City Council
Last Updated February 2, 2018, 16:08 (UTC)
Created January 29, 2018, 12:15 (UTC)
Published on behalf of Food Standards Agency Scotland