Publicly posting foodservice health inspection "grades" may seem unfair to some but also appears likely to catch on.
New York City has one of the densest concentrations of restaurants, eateries and onsite dining facilities in the country, and its Public Health Department conducts over 70,000 health inspections of them each year. In March, the City's Board of Health gave its final approval to a regulatory initiative which in July will begin requiring all restaurants to publicly display letter grades summarizing their most recent inspection scores. That means every customer will see your grade as he or she ...
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