NEW YORK New York City's Board of Health has approved a letter-grade “report card” system that will require all restaurants in the city to publicly display the grades they receive for food-safety inspections. The new system, which was approved Tuesday, is expected to take effect in July. The health department said restaurants would receive grades based on the number of violations documented during their sanitary inspections, and each establishment will be required to post ...
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