To restaurant owners and operators, the local health department inspection may seem like an inevitable nuisance. A poor report can lead to unexpected costs for repairs, new equipment or other improvements. And with inspection results increasingly visible through more public reporting, social media and round-the clock news, the damage to reputation and revenues can be fast and far-reaching. It’s important, though, to remember that health inspections are conducted with the best ...
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