Case Studies on Food Safety Included in Big Cities Health Inventory Release

On November 18, the Big Cities Health Coalition, an independent initiative of NACCHO, released the Big Cities Health Inventory, an interactive data platform and report that examines data for 26 cities across 34 health indicators. The report also includes case studies highlighting some of the innovative way cities are addressing The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) Winnable Battles, including food safety. Below you can find case studies from Chicago and Los Angeles that highlight their food safety programs.

  • Chicago: Digital Sleuthing & Engagement to Battle Foodborne Illness
  • Los Angeles: Restaurant Grades Lower Illness While Boosting Awareness and Consumer Engagement

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