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@kk, I think the government should have a role in regulating the cleanliness of restaurants because

a) restaurant patrons often don't get to see the kitchens the way health inspectors do, so they can't make decisions about whether a place is clean until it's too late any they get sick.

b) when people get sick it is bad for society--time off work, paying for health care, etc.

I don't know that anyone's arguing about the nutritional value of the food. I'm sure lots of carryout food is unhealthy, and so is most of the food at newer/fancier places. Restaurant food in general is terrible for you.

by sbc on Dec 10, 2012 11:44 pm • linkreport

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