Tuesday, August 12, 2008
The Center for Science in the Public Interest would like restaurants to have food safety letter grades posted in restaurants' windows based on their health inspection reports. That way, the consumer has the lowdown on the restaurant before they even go inside. Since Americans eat outside the home so much and over 40% of the outbreaks of foodborne illness were linked to restaurant foods, this might be a great idea. What do you think? Do you want to see that the place you are about to dine at got a "C" on its last inspection?