The food aggregator will be working with the Food Standards Agency and Chartered Institute of Environmental Health for the initiative.
Just Eat has announced that they will be posting the official Food Hygiene Rating of each of their restaurant partners on their website and app.
The food aggregator will be launching its trial in Northern Ireland in early 2019 on around 600 restaurants. The initiative will then be rolled out later in the year.
“Publishing restaurants’ FSA hygiene rating both in-app and online will make it much easier for customers to make informed decisions about the takeaway choices that best suit them,” Graham Corfield, UK managing director at Just Eat, said.
“We are always looking to do more for both our partners and customers and displaying hygiene ratings will provide better access to this important information than ever before.”
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