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Food Safety Ratings - on display in QLD?

Queensland cafes, fast food outlets and restaurants could be forced to reveal their health and safety ratings to customers.

The new scheme that the State Government is considering would force food businesses to display a rating, similar to that operating in Nsw York and Los Angeles.

Diners may also soon be able to track their favourite restaurants online if they have failed to make the grade, with a proposed 'name and shame' website.

Brisbane City Council introduced a voluntary Eat Safe scheme last year, issuing the city's 5,900 food businesses a star rating, almost half of the food businesses that were given a good rating have agreed to display their score.

From: The Sunday Mail, 16th October 2011