SAN FRANCISCO —The ongoing investigation here of three moonlighting food inspectors who face allegations of improprieties when administering food-safety certification exams has raised questions about the oversight of such programs nationwide, a public health official has charged. Last month, more than 520 restaurant operators across California were notified that their employees’ food-safety certification is no longer valid because of ...

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