My occasional notes on simplification, information design, clear writing and the like
Tuesday, September 03, 2013
In the UK, restaurants are inspected for hygiene and given a sticker which, according the Food Standards Agency, they are 'encouraged to display on their door'.
You never, ever, see one of these displayed.
But you see quite a lot of these.
There doesn't seem much point in the scheme if the outcomes aren't public - or do we conclude that no sticker means they are too embarrassed to tell us their rating?
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