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Calls for more control over food hygiene rules in Wales

There are calls for Wales to have greater control over food hygiene.

It follows concerns changes proposed by the UK's Food Standards Agency (FSA) could undermine the "scores on doors" scheme in Wales.

In November 2013, Wales became the first UK nation to require food outlets to display their inspection ratings.

The FSA is considering allowing third party auditors to be brought in to make much more limited inspections of premises.

Jenny Rees reports.

  • 28 Oct 2016