Restaurants in California are encouraged to report cases of suspected food poisoning, but state Department of Public Health law doesn't require them to do so. Critics say eateries should have to notify health officials when patrons report suspected foodborne illnesses, but restaurants say such a rule wouldn't do much good since most calls come too late to determine the source of the contamination.
Calif. doesn't require eateries to report food poisoning cases
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