The reality of restaurant grading systems

08/14/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Grades posted in restaurant windows aim to give customers confidence in the safety of the food within, but the reality is that the letter grades only give consumers a snapshot of the eatery's cleanliness in a specific two-hour period of time, experts say. Additionally, inspections often focus more on things such as mice and cockroach infestations when in reality unwashed hands are more likely to make guests sick.

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