SASKATOON — Saskatchewan’s Online Restaurant Inspection website is undergoing an upgrade to allow its users more accessibility to information regarding health inspections at restaurants, reports Saskatoon-based The Star Phoenix.
“I think that would be extremely good for the consumer,” Nicholas Low, professor, University of Saskatchewan’s Department of Food and Bioproduct Sciences said to the The Star Phoenix. “If they’re evaluated and they don’t get a very good evaluation, then they take steps to improve themselves, so I can see it being a benefit for the consumer and for the conscientious business owner,” he said.
The revamped website will provide visitors with enhanced and more detailed information regarding individual restaurant inspections. The new website is expected to be live within the next few months. [thestarphoenix.com]