Camden County restaurant inspection reports now available online

    A database of health inspection reports on more than 3,500 Camden County restaurants, school cafeterias and other vendors is now available for browsing online.

    The South Jersey Times reports newer reporting technologies have made it easier for the Health Department to post the reviews online.

    Available data include includes information about ownership, addresses and food handlers.

     

    Earlier this month, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture said it hopes to have its statewide, searchable food inspection database available online by the end of the year. That will include about 40,000 food vendors and restaurants.

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