The 12 Manchester Chinese restaurants and takeaways which need 'urgent' or 'major' improvement

A new study has highlighted the places that have been told to improve their food hygiene by the Food Standards Agency.

A new map has highlighted the restaurants and takeaways with the worst food hygiene scores across Manchester. Here we take a look at the Chinese eateries in and around the city needing 'urgent' or 'major' improvement.

The data has been pulled together by Pantry and Larder using the latest official Food Hygiene Rating scores from the Food Standards Agency.

Veronica Fletcher, of Pantry and Larder, said: “In Wales and Northern Ireland, it's mandatory for businesses to display their hygiene rating. But this isn’t the case in England or Scotland, and many people will probably be surprised by the ratings of their local eateries.”

A zero star rating is bottom of the scale, and means “urgent improvement is required”, while a one star rating means “major improvement is necessary”. At the other end of the spectrum a score of five means the hygiene standards are very good.

Take a look through our photo gallery to see the 12 Chinese restaurants and takeaways in Manchester and Salford which failed their latest food hygiene inspection, according to Pantry and Larder.

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