By Jeremy Culley
EIGHT stalls at Bolton Council’s flagship market have been given food hygiene ratings of one or zero out of five, it has emerged.
Market traders have blamed the council — pointing to “chaos” caused by the redevelopment of the indoor market, as well as stringent paperwork demands.
There are 46 stalls on Bolton Market that have been rated, with 17 receiving a score of four or five.
Many stalls, including butchers, fishmongers and greengrocers, have been at the market for decades and some have been told that “major or urgent improvement” is necessary.
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