USA: Investigation finds 59% of major NYC fastfood outlets violate health regulations
For a country in which almost 50% of consumers eat fastfood at least once a week, the adherence of restaurant outlets to health regulations is an important issue. An investigation recently carried out into the health officials' records on the 1,200 major fastfood joints in New York City showed that 59% had at least one critical violation at their most recent health inspection.
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