The Name & Shame List – Striking fear into the hearts of every restaurant owner

Most people I know will check all the usual review sites such as Eatability, Urbanspoon, or TripAdvisor
before we will book a place to eat, particularly in the Campbelltown area.
Every couple of months I’ll sit down with a mate and (eagerly) prepare
ourselves to be scandalised by seeing which of our local restaurants have made the
NSW Food Authority’s Name and Shame List, and it seems like we’re not the only
ones who are doing it!
Just this month the NSW Food Authority revealed the Name and Shame List has received
7 million hits since it had been launched in 2008.
    We treat over 3500 businesses. Our services can be found here: www,provenpest.net/Campbelltown
www.provenpest.net/CampbelltownIf you haven’t heard about this list before, it is a website that publicly
names businesses that have failed to meet food safety standards. Amongst
complaints from diners, it also includes pest violations (13%), and a general
lack of hygiene and sanitation (35%).
Put this List on top
of the number of review sites used in Australia, and restaurateurs now have a
lot more to worry about.
Flies may often be waved away as being nothing other than a small
problem, but the hard facts about them are worrying. Flies can carry more than
100 known pathogens, and can also spread diseases such as E.coli and salmonella.
Diseases like these can have serious, and even fatal consequences when
introduced into the body. An unsafe situation like this will not only get a
restaurant put onto the Name
and Shame List
, but onto the front page of the paper as well.

Five ways to prevent Irritable Fly Syndrome (IFS)
If there’s one thing less appetising than a colony of flies invading
your lunch, it’s the heady waft of fly spray used to battle them.
Rentokil experts have devised this five-point plan to help assist with
common problems that can draw flies.
  1. Empty
    bins regularly, and ensure that food is always sealed tightly away in
    plastic bags. Make sure that the bin lid is also kept firmly closed.
  2. Take
    away customers’ plates and cups as soon as possible, and regularly wipe
    down surfaces where food is present.
  3. As
    well as front-of-house, ensure kitchen worktops, sinks, and appliances are
    always kept clean, especially before close.
  4. Regularly
    disinfect the floor and drains.
  5. Install
    an electronic insect control unit.
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Every couple of months I’ll sit down with a mate and (eagerly) prepareourselves to be scandalised by seeing which of our local restaurants have made theNSW Food Authority’s Name and Shame List, and it seems like we’re not the onlyones who are doing it!
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