Eateries in Hawaii may soon begin displaying their recent restaurant inspection grades, thanks to an initiative by the state’s health department, local news outlet Hawaii News Now reports. Assuming that the plan receives approval from
There’s been some good news for restaurant operators in New York City. Food safety fines will be reduced. The $50 million-a-year revenue will now be brought down to an estimated $30 million. (What’s $20 million…
Ming’s Chinese take-out on 9th Ave. at 33rd St. in New York City was caught posting a fake “Sanitary Inspection Grade” over Labor Day Weekend.
A local publication spotted a suspect “inspection grade” card
Despite an inspector finding “a small number of mice droppings” on the floor, a cafe in an Upper West Side New York City Barnes & Noble bookstore was awarded an “A” grade under the city’s
In coming up with topics for my opinion-pieces here at Food Safety News, I have been trying not to be so critical–which is to say, trying not to build a topic around me criticizing…
In the wake of the 2005 South Wales E. coli outbreak that sickened 168 people, there is widespread disappointment among consumers that restaurant and takeout businesses will not be forced to display their food…
This week the New York City Department of Health rolled out its final rules for a system that will require restaurants to post letter grades based on inspection scores beginning in late July. For the