The New York City Health Department said Thursday that 80 percent of the 250 restaurants it has inspected under the city’s new letter-grade system have earned either A or B grades. According to health department officials, 48 percent of restaurants inspected earned an A for sanitary conditions and food-safety practices, while another 31 percent achieved a B grade. The department added that 12 percent of restaurants received C grades and 8 percent of establishments were closed until ...
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