18 months after New York City’s rigorous letter-grading restaurant inspection program was put in place, officials in the city’s health department are proclaiming it a rousing success. Restaurateurs—surprisingly, even those who earned the coveted “A” letter grade—say otherwise. New York City officials rightly trumpet some key improvements they say have resulted from the letter-grading system to date: •Salmonella cases have fallen ...

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