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Mock Health Inspections

  • Pre-opening Walk Throughs
  • Operational Inspections
  • Conducted by former DOH Inspectors

Art. 81 NYC Food Code Compliance

  • HAACP Plans
  • H-25 Permits
  • Blue Print Review

Tribunals/OATH

  • Attorney Representation
  • Challenge Inspection Results
  • Reduce Fines/Points
  • Get your “A” Letter Grade

Seminars

  • On site Employee Training
  • Accommodate All Group Sizes
  • Topics Individually Tailored

Mobile Vendors

  • Preparation for DOH Inspections
  • Attorney Representation at Tribunals
  • Reduce Fines/points
  • Get your “A” Letter Grade

Mock Health Inspections

  • Pre-opening Walk Throughs
  • Operational Inspections
  • Conducted by former DOH Inspectors

Art. 81 NYC Food Code Compliance

  • HAACP Plans
  • H-25 Permits
  • Blue Print Review

Tribunals/OATH

  • Attorney Representation
  • Challenge Inspection Results
  • Reduce Fines/Points
  • Get your “A” Letter Grade

Seminars

  • On site Employee Training
  • Accommodate All Group Sizes
  • Topics Individually Tailored

Mobile Vendors

  • Preparation for DOH Inspections
  • Attorney Representation at Tribunals
  • Reduce Fines/points
  • Get your “A” Letter Grade

WHAT WE DO

Letter Grade Consulting offers dependable quality control and compliance with the NYC Department of Health.

We service corporate cafeterias, hotels, upscale restaurants, theatres, coffee shops, catering companies and local eateries. No matter the size, our programs are tailored to fit the individual needs of our Clients and their budgets.
While an “A” in the window is our fundamental objective, our services are designed to go above the requirements. We provide strategies and solutions that allow our Clients to sustain the highest level of food safety and sanitation, lower operating costs and remain inspection ready all day every ready.

IN THE NEWS

‘Consultants profit from restaurant letter grades’ – Crain’s|’Restaurants Follow Consultants’ Advice to the Letter for an A Grade’ – N.Y. Times|’Kumon-like Kitchen Consultants Help Restaurants Game Letter Grades’ – Observer|’Letter Grade Consulting Offers Solutions For Health Department Inspections’ Portfolio Of NYC’ – Total Food Service|’Restaurants shelling out big bucks to ensure ‘A’ grades from health department’ – PIX 11 News|’ ‘GMA’ Investigates: How Clean Is Your Kitchen?’ – Good Morning America|’Chinatown restaurants learn how to get an ‘A” – China Daily|’Chinatown restaurants get bad grades’ – Crain’s|’The Roast Duck Bureaucracy’ – Open City|’Fake Inspections Help Restaurants Get Good Grades’ – Eater|’Top Women in Metro New York Foodservice & Hospitality 2016′ – Total Food Service
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