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Taste directory set for second edition

Following its success last year, Isle of Man Tourism is launching the second Taste Directory of places to eat on the Island.

The Taste Isle of Man quality assessment scheme was introduced in 2008 to independently assess the Island's restaurants, pubs, takeaways and other eateries.

The Taste Directory, first produced last year, is a booklet listing a wide range of 'Quality Assured' or 'Highest Quality Assured' eateries.

Members of the scheme are inspected annually in a range of areas, including cleanliness, bar and restaurant, hospitality, service and food quality.

They are also assessed on their use and promotion of local produce.

Those achieving a score over 60 per cent are awarded the 'Harvest Isle of Man' accolade, which is supported by the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture.

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