SAN FRANCISCO More than 520 restaurant operators across California were notified Tuesday that their employees’ food-safety certification is no longer valid because of inappropriate testing and certification procedures by three moonlighting food inspectors. The investigation by the San Francisco Department of Health and the city attorney’s office has raised questions about how well the certification organizations are monitoring the performance of those who administer food-safety exams — ...
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