New York's report card day has arrived. As of July 28, the 24,000 restaurants in the Big Apple will be required to display their health department grade. The A, B or C designations are intended to shame operators into adopting better hygiene practices and to increase public awareness of health in food preparation. New York’s health department is also posting the grades on its website. Under the system, restaurants that earn A grades will be inspected annually, those graded B or C will be ...

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