Schacht says she'd love to see the pilot program launched in January of 2017, but right now she is preparing herself for another disappointing delay.
She says her research shows that publicly displayed restaurant grading systems can make a real difference.
"Other cities that have implemented restaurant inspection scores, often called placards, saw between a 13 to 30 percent total decrease in foodborne illness rates within two years of posting placards," she said. "So it's a big impact to have consumers more informed and educated."
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