Man Utd 'investigated' by Trafford Council as guests complain after being left unwell


United's annual Food Standards Agency (FSA) inspection at Old Trafford was set for October 23. However, the latest rating is yet to be published with the FSA's official website stating: "New rating to be published soon."

United would need to make urgent improvements to their hygiene standards if they are given a low rating. Any business judged to be an imminent risk to the health of the public faces the prospect of being partly or fully closed down until the required level of safety is reached.

The Athletic claims improving a food hygiene rating isn't a quick fix and could affect what United charge for hospitality. Old Trafford's hospitality sections are packed out on match-days and the stadium is also used for other events when there isn't a game being played, so any reduction in rating could see a big loss in revenue.

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