Although consumers typically associate food hygiene ratings with the hospitality sector, 57 percent of the report respondents said they expect food producers to have scores, as well as 24 percent expecting ratings for farmers and growers.
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NFU Mutual surveyed more than 2,000 consumers and found food confidence was waning - and producers were top on the list of suspects.
A classic cup of English Breakfast tea has been revealed as the number one food or drink that Brits miss most while on holiday abroad, with 45% selecting it in a survey conducted by food and drink manufacturing insurer, NFU Mutual.
The NFU Mutual Food Hygiene Ratings Report, published today, reveals that 44% of people would turn away from even their favourite places to eat and try somewhere else instead, if a food hygiene rating of less than four out of five was on display.