- Associated Press - Tuesday, November 8, 2016

SEATTLE (AP) - King County restaurants will begin displaying their food safety inspection ratings on window signs near the entrance of their businesses.

KIRO-TV reports (https://kiro.tv/2eBZV0Q ) that the county is in the process of implementing the rating system for restaurants based on inspections conducted by Public Health Seattle & King County. The inspections determine if a restaurant has met the minimum standards to operate.

The grade displayed on the window sign will represent how well a restaurant has met the minimum standard.

Public Health says the ratings are meant to help people make informed dining decisions and promote food safety.


Information from: KIRO-TV, htthttps://www.kirotv.com/index.html

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