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Fishers Health Department introduces a measure for rating restaurants



Fishers, Indiana – Soon, diners in Fishers will be able to view the letter grade that the city’s health inspectors gave their favorite eatery.

Starting this Friday, the Fishers Health Department will put letter grades on restaurant doors. By the end of September 2023, all Fishers restaurants must have grades posted on their exterior doors.

The Fishers City Council authorized the new retail food inspection grading system for Fishers restaurants last November, and it went into force for 2023 restaurant inspections.

Following inspections, restaurants are given a letter grade of A, B, or C on a scale of 100.

Fishers Health Department Director Monica Helz stated in a release that “despite being a well-liked program in cities across the United States, this is not something that Indiana residents are used to seeing as they enter their favorite restaurant.” We intend to take the initiative in raising Central Indiana’s standards for food safety.

During yearly inspections, new grades will be assigned. Beginning in 2024, health inspectors will grade food trucks.

The public can access grades via an interactive dashboard at

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