See how health inspectors graded grocery stores, convenience stores and bodegas in New York City or on Long Island.
Data updated Feb. 28, 2019.
A venue may be cited for only part of the violation described. For example, "Rodents, insects present" may mean either rodents or insects are present. This list has the last two years of data.
These are the most recent grades for food stores depending on critical deficiencies found. Locations include grocery store chains, local delis and bodegas, and convenience stores. Stores with no critical violations get an A rating. Stores that correct critical deficiencies during the inspection receive a B grade and the rest receive a C grade. The information is provided by the New York Division of Food Safety and Inspection of the state's Department of Agriculture and Markets, which has stopped listing non-critical violations at stores that had critical ones. The state updates its online database periodically and Newsday intends to post those updates here.
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