Wonder what it’s like when a city starts giving out letter grades for health inspections and operators have to display them on their front doors? Let’s take a look at how it’s working in New York City, where this system has been a fact of life for the past six months. The city’s highly influential Department of Health (the no-trans-fats movement got its start here) began requiring restaurants to post letter grades on July 1, 2010. The idea was to give consumers a quick summary of the ...

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