BALTIMORE Health officials here have proposed a new incentive program to recognize restaurants that provide patrons with a sanitary dining environment and nutritional profiles of menu items, and it has local operators feeling, well, a little crabby. Under the proposed program, restaurants with high scores on their health department inspections would be presented with an award called the Clean Crab, an image of a crab that the establishment could post by the door. Conversely, ...
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