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Hygiene crimes get tougher penalties

01 January 2000 by
Hygiene crimes get tougher penalties

A NOTTINGHAMSHIRE restaurant has become the latest to be hit with a hefty fine for hygiene offences.

Restaurant owner Yin Ping Cheung was ordered to pay £3,600 after environmental health officers found snail trails, greasy walls, dirty shelves and mould growing on a potato-peeling machine.

The Go-Sing restaurant in Bingham was visited last December after a complaint from a member of the public.

Yin Ping admitted eight offences of breaking food safety rules at Nottingham magistrates court. She was fined £450 on each charge, with £460 costs.

Hygiene experts believe magistrates are taking a tougher line with offenders following highly publicised food safety scares (Caterer, 9 July, page 9).

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