The current pass-fail system of communicating a restaurant’s health inspection results—pass and you stay open, fail and the city shuts you down—seems to work just fine. No matter, New York City is switching to a letter-grading system, and operators there are raising a ruckus. It’s great if a place can proudly display a big A sanitary inspection grade on its front window, but if it gets a B or a C…who’s going to eat there? Would you? New York isn’t plowing new ground here. Los Angeles ...
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