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Survey reveals food hygiene concern for those eating out

The Food Standards Agency’s Biannual Public Attitudes Tracker for November 2013 shows the top food safety issue of concern for respondents was food hygiene when eating out (36%).

When asked about wider food issues, the top three issues of concern were food prices (60%), food waste (50%), and the amount of salt in food (44%).

Almost half (49%) of the respondents reported concern about food safety in UK restaurants, pubs, cafes and takeaways.

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