Impact of a letter-grade program on restaurant sanitary conditions and diner behavior in New York City.

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OBJECTIVES We evaluated the impact of the New York City restaurant letter-grading program on restaurant hygiene, food safety practices, and public awareness. METHODS We analyzed data from 43,448 restaurants inspected between 2007 and 2013 to measure changes in inspection score and violation citations since program launch in July 2010. We used binomial… (More)
DOI: 10.2105/AJPH.2014.302404

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@article{Wong2015ImpactOA, title={Impact of a letter-grade program on restaurant sanitary conditions and diner behavior in New York City.}, author={Melissa R Wong and Wendy McKelvey and Kazuhiko Ito and Corinne Schiff and J. Bryan Jacobson and Daniel Kass}, journal={American journal of public health}, year={2015}, volume={105 3}, pages={e81-7} }