New food hygiene ratings have been awarded to 10 of Oxford’s establishments, the Food Standards Agency’s website shows – and it’s good news for them all.

A food safety officer from the local authority inspects a business to check that it follows food hygiene law so that the food is safe to eat.

They give businesses a rating from 5 to 0 which is displayed at their premises and online so you can make more informed choices about where to buy and eat food.

All these Oxford venues have received a 5 rating which means hygiene standards are very good.

Flo's Cafe at Florence Park Childrens Centre on Rymers Lane in Oxford was rated 5 on January 11.

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Heat Africa at 183 Cowley Road, and Tribe at 21 Cowley Road, were both given the maximum score after inspections on January 10.

And Starbucks at Golden Cross Court, 4 Cornmarket Street in Oxford was rated on January 9.

Five pubs also got top marks.

Cowley Retreat at 172 Cowley Road, was inspected on January 10 and given a 5 rating.

It was also good news for The Black Boy at The Black Boy Public House, 91 Old High Street, Oxford, The Britannia Inn at 1 Lime Walk, Oxford, , The Kings Arms at Kings Arms Hotel 40 Holywell Street, and The Oxford Union at Frewin Court, Oxford, after inspections on January 9.

Meanwhile Caprinos Pizza at 6 The Roundway, Oxford was rated 5 on November 29.