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Cracking the Health Code

Cracking the Health Code

In knowing what most often catches health inspectors’ attention, restaurants can pay particular attention to kitchen hot spots When it comes to health codes and food safety, Alex Lyudmir isn’t taking any chances. The co-owner of Rizzo’s Fine Pizza Co., a two-unit, family-owned concept that’s been dishing up pies in New York City since 1959, […]

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Top Women in Metro New York Foodservice & Hospitality 2018

Top Women in Metro New York Foodservice & Hospitality 2018

As we get set to reflect on 2017 and welcome in 2018, it dawned on us that many of the significant stories that we covered this year shared a common theme: women in foodservice! From the election of Victoria Vega to the leadership position at SHFM (Society for Hospitality and Foodservice Management) to the $2.4 billion dollar […]

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Total Food Service: Top Women in Metro New York Foodservice & Hospitality 2016

Total Food Service: Top Women in Metro New York Foodservice & Hospitality 2016

Top Women in Metro New York Foodservice & Hospitality 2016
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Eater: Fake Inspections Help Restaurants Get Good Grades

Eater: Fake Inspections Help Restaurants Get Good Grades

Fake Inspections Help Restaurants Get Good Grades
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Open City: The Roast Duck Bureaucracy

Open City: The Roast Duck Bureaucracy

The Roast Duck Bureaucracy About a decade ago, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOH) began to puzzle over a strange and disturbing sight: whole, roasted ducks, hanging by their necks in the windows of Manhattan’s Chinatown. “The health department had nothing to go with in terms of how they should react towards it,” recalled […]

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Crain’s: Chinatown restaurants get bad grades

Crain’s: Chinatown restaurants get bad grades

Chinatown restaurants get bad grades Chinatown’s Buddha Bodai stands out in its crowded neighborhood. In a community where few restaurateurs speak fluent English, Buddha Bodai’s co-owner Kent Zhang is the exception. The eatery is also among the minority in the area to accept credit cards, and its menu—both kosher and vegetarian—has earned it plenty of […]

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China Daily: Chinatown restaurants learn how to get an ‘A’

China Daily: Chinatown restaurants learn how to get an ‘A’

Between July 2012 and March 2013, New York restaurants paid $30.3 million in health inspection fines. Of the 293 restaurants in Manhattan’s Chinatown district, the total in fines was about $600,000. “For such a small restaurant community, that amount is really significant,” Rada Tarnovsky, a New York attorney and president of Letter Grade Consulting, told […]

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Good Morning America: ‘GMA’ Investigates: How Clean Is Your Kitchen?

Good Morning America: ‘GMA’ Investigates: How Clean Is Your Kitchen?

ABC News’ Amanda Keegan and Dr. Richard Besser report: ABC Breaking News | Latest News Videos Many cities across the country are adopting a letter-grade inspection system that requires restaurant operators to post publicly their health inspection grades for all to see. But what about your own kitchen at home? “GMA” Investigates decided to give […]

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PIX 11 News: Restaurants shelling out big bucks to ensure ‘A’ grades from health department

PIX 11 News: Restaurants shelling out big bucks to ensure ‘A’ grades from health department

With the ding of the bell, the chef at Bottomz Up in Kips Bay sends out the first burger of the lunch shift. But the behind-the-scenes work to get that perfectly seasoned hunk meat out to the table safely has been going on for months. Bottomz Up is one of the 88% of New York […]

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Total Food Service: Letter Grade Consulting Offers Solutions For Health Department Inspections’ Portfolio Of NYC

Total Food Service: Letter Grade Consulting Offers Solutions For Health Department Inspections’ Portfolio Of NYC

A restaurant owner’s biggest fear is being shut down by the health department. With the use of social media, public awareness of food borne illness has spread like the plague in cyber space. In New York City, the difference between an “A” or a “B” letter grade in your window can make or break your […]

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