Grading Restaurants By Health Code Compliance
Facilities that serve food throughout Allegheny County must be inspected by a health official each year in order to continue serving customers. Proof of this inspection can be found hanging in the restaurant in the form of an "approved-to-operate" green sticker. Some officials don't believe this is enough evidence that the facility is truly abiding by the health code. Public Source reporter Eric Holmberg and 90.5 WESA reporter and All Things Considered host Larkin Page-Jacobs have explored a proposed restaurant grading system that would categorize businesses with an A, B, or C, based on their health code compliance. They'll take us through what the system could mean for consumers, health officials and business owners.
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