New Law On Restaurant Inspection Checks
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.- The thought of having bugs crawling around in the kitchen or on your food at your favorite restaurant may put chills down your spine.
But, a new law approved by Governor Rick Scott will make sure restaurants with health issues are checked more often.
Those which are clean will see fewer inspections.
Eateries with past health violations may be in trouble under the new law.
The current law makes sure every food business is inspected at least twice a year. The new law will allow a restaurant to be inspected as few as once or up to four times a year.
If you're curious to see how clean your favorite restaurant is you can go to http://www.myfloridalicense.com/dbpr/
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