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Ugh. These are Britain’s filthiest supermarkets

by LLB Editor
12th Aug 15 9:57 am

Get ready to turn up your noses at Britain’s filthiest supermarkets.

Hygiene inspectors have revealed a list of supermarkets that have been given a zero rating for their poor hygiene.

Among the most unhygienic supermarkets are a Tesco store is Highgate which was closed in April after a mouse infestation.

According to the Food Standards Agency, over 11,440 shops across England, Wales and Northern Ireland were tested for food poisoning.

Those given lowest ratings in London include: Fine Foods in Harlesden, Sira Cash & Carry in Southall, Abbey Wood Afro Caribbean Cash & Carry in Willesden and Cheam Food Centre in Sutton. 

Take a look at businesses that have been given a zero rating:

Fine Foods, Harlesden, London

Sira Cash & Carry, Southall, London

Tesco Express, Swain’s Lane, Highgate, London

Abbey Wood Afro Caribbean Cash & Carry, Willesden, London

Cheam Food Centre, Sutton, London

Yours Supermarket, Leicester

Spar, Millstone Lane, Leicester

Co-op, Evington Road, Leicester

Pound Box, Preston

Iqbal Cash & Carry, Rochdale

Pak Supermarket, Birmingham

Poundland, Corporation Street, Birmingham

Beer Bank, Walsall, West Midlands 

Aberavon Supermarket, Port Talbot, South Wales


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