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Making the grade

The aim of a color-coded restaurant inspection system is to prevent foodborne illnesses

By Nina Wu

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 05, 2013

~~<p>Green, yellow, red &mdash; those are the colors that would alert restaurant patrons to whether the establishment has passed health inspections, under rules proposed by the state Department of Health.</p>
<p>The colored placards would be posted near the front entrance. Green means pass, yellow means conditional pass and red means closed.</p>
~~

Green, yellow, red — those are the colors that would alert restaurant patrons to whether the establishment has passed health inspections, under rules proposed by the state Department of Health.

The colored placards would be posted near the front entrance. Green means pass, yellow means conditional pass and red means closed. Login for more...



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