Perth’s KFC Store licence at risk following evidence of ‘bad hygiene’

Perth’s KFC branch is putting their licence at risk following hygiene concerns.

Perth’s KFC branch is putting their licence at risk following hygiene concerns. 

The store is set to face an inspection and questions following a high number of complaints. PG received over 12 tip-offs following evidence of bad hygiene at the store.

Allegedly poor handling at raw meats along with personal hygiene, an ex worker at the branch also confirmed how “shocking” the branch is handling health and safety law regulations set by the UK & Scottish Government.

Concerns were also raised in a public forum last month following Subway’s teething problems. Members of the public expressed some had food poisoning although we cannot verify those claims.

A spokesman from KFC said: “Food hygiene is our highest priority and we enforce a continuous system of rigorous food safety procedures in our restaurants. We are entirely confident that these standards are being upheld at the restaurant, which has been validated by it passing its local authority inspection only 10 weeks ago and also an independent internal compliance audit just 4 weeks ago. We acknowledge that some customers have felt that the level of service in the restaurant has not been up to the usual high standards expected at KFC and we will be addressing this as a matter of the upmost importance.”

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