New York is known for having a world-class food scene, and the city’s infamous food trucks are just as much a part it as multi-star restaurants.
And like their brick-and-mortar brethren, food carts are subjected to health inspections, but only restaurants must publicly post their sanitary grades. Until now, that is, thanks to a vote this week by the City Council Health Committee.
According to the unanimous vote, food trucks are now required to display their letter grades.
“Everyone who handles food should be subject to the same rules,” City Councilwoman Karen Koslowitz of Queens told the New York Post. “People have a right to know if the (eating) conditions are really sanitary.”
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