ONLY two businesses across the county have been handed a poor food hygiene rating in the latest round of inspections.

The most recent ratings from the Food Standards Agency shows which takeaways and businesses have been told to make improvements.

The ratings, which are based on hygiene and safety, structural compliance and confidence in management are routinely updated.

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Across the UK, every food outlet including convenience stores, restaurants, hospitals and care homes are given a hygiene rating.

In Berkshire, the majority of takeaways and restaurants continue to receive a three and above rating, although some businesses were last inspected in 2004.

There are a number of businesses that are identified as causes for concern which must make "major improvements."

This is what each hygiene rating means

0 - Urgent Improvement Necessary
1 - Major Improvement Necessary
2 - Some Improvement Necessary
3 - Hygiene Standards Generally Satisfactory
4 - Hygiene Standards Good
5 - Hygiene Standards Very Good

So we've rounded up the latest results from inspections carried out in February and March where the ratings have just been published.

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All ratings correct and valid at time of creating this list on April 26.

Chana Stores Ltd, Reading - 2 star hygiene rating

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Address: 4 Whitehouse Road, Woodcote, Reading, RG8 0RX

Inspected on March 11, 2021

Tesco Express, Ascot - 2 star rating

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Address: 51 - 51A High Street, Ascot, SL5 7HG

Inspected March 18, 2021