Did your favorite dinner spot get an A? B? or C?
In our third policymaker webinar, we discuss why restaurant grades matter for our health with our co-host, the National Environmental Health Association (NEHA).
During this webinar, our Vice President of Partnerships Katie Keith moderates a discussion with NEHA’s Project Specialist for Program & Partnership Development Kaylan Celestin on how restaurant grading policies help create healthier communities. New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s Melissa Wong, director of special projects for the Environmental Health Division, also shares lessons learned from NYC’s restaurant grading system.
This is the third webinar in CityHealth’s quarterly Policymaker Webinar Series. This series serves as a platform for local leaders to tell their story of pursuing policy change to improve city residents’ health and quality of life.