Darling’s Coffee Shop on Arbroath High Street has scooped yet another award which recognises their hygenic premises.
The shop has been presented with an Eat Safe award, which is a national scheme administered by the Foods Standards Agency and awarded locally by Angus Council.
And on Friday, vice convener of the infrastructure services committee, Councillor Sheila Hands visited Darlings to present them with their Eat Safe award.
Councillor Hands said: “Congratulations to all those at Darling’s Coffee Shop in achieving Eat Safe status and joining a select group of establishments which have met standards of food hygiene which are over and above those required by current food hygiene legislation.
“The Eat Safe award is a powerful marketing tool as all award holders are listed on the Food Standards Agency website, and council websites. This enables customers to check their standards before they eat or book their holiday, promoting Angus businesses at home and further afield.”
Darlings Coffee shop is managed by Enable Scotland as a social enterprise business to provide training for young people with learning disabilities.