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The Roundup analyzed the food safety evaluation reports of 45 Rim Country restaurants dating back to 2007. The ratings given by health inspectors for the last year and a half are shown above. The highest possible rating is “excellent,” followed by “satisfactory,” “needs improvement” and “unacceptable.” A blank cell means there was no report on file from that period.

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Restaurants get clean bill of health

Diners rejoice — Rim Country kitchens, from the modern eateries to the greasy spoons, are mostly clean. The Roundup analyzed a list of 45 area restaurants inspected by the Gila County Health Department, and found that only four restaurants so far in 2011 have had critical violations.


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