Beth Torin, RD, MA, CND, is the Associate Executive Director of New York City's Bureau of Food Safety and Community Sanitation, a job she assumed about two years ago. She oversees the health inspections of restaurants, colleges and B&I operations in the largest city in the country (another associate executive director handles schools, mobile vending, camps and other sectors). That obviously puts Torin in the hot seat, particularly when it comes to some of New York's high-profile food ...
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