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Friday, February 28, 2014

Only 68% of the state's grocery stores, bakeries and food warehouses receive a yearly health inspection.

Just 28 inspectors are responsible for licensing and inspecting about 12,100 such establishments. Seven more consult on new store openings and pitch in occasionally.

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