Seattle-area restaurants may soon be subject to a new grading system implemented by the King County Board of Health: MyNorthwest reports the DOH is "actively" revisiting its how its inspection scores are made public, with the hopes of creating a more transparent way for diners to access scores. Per MNW: "Along with public displays of results, the health department is also looking to integrate its data with Yelp and other popular food sites." [MNW via Eater Seattle] [Photo: Flickr]
by Erin DeJesus
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