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Meat Pulled From Restaurants, Hotels in Supplier Hygiene Probe

Restaurant chains have been forced to cancel dishes and switch suppliers after food hygiene problems were uncovered at a meat company.

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has halted all deliveries leaving Russell Hume’s premises after an unannounced inspection found “instances of serious non-compliance with food hygiene regulations.”

Russell Hume supplies a range of outlets including hospitality and catering businesses, care homes and schools.

JD Wetherspoon was forced to cancel steaks at its popular steak club last week, with a sign saying this was due to “supplier failure.”

The Jamie Oliver Group said it had switched suppliers so there had been no shortages at its Jamie’s Italian restaurants.

Hilton is reported to have withdrawn items at U.K. hotels supplied by the firm.

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The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has halted all deliveries leaving Russell Hume’s premises after an unannounced inspection found “instances of serious non-compliance with food hygiene regulations.”

Russell Hume supplies a range of outlets including hospitality and catering businesses, care homes and schools.

JD Wetherspoon was forced to cancel steaks at its popular steak club last week, with a sign saying this was due to “supplier failure.”

The Jamie Oliver Group said it had switched suppliers so there had been no shortages at its Jamie’s Italian restaurants.

Hilton is reported to have withdrawn items at U.K. hotels supplied by the firm.

Read full article