A new statewide program makes it possible to check a restaurant’s health inspection score on the web before deciding to eat there.
The Department of Community Health has made the scores available online for all eateries, from fast food joints to 5 star restaurants.
The new web site allows would be diners to see things like whether or not employees wash their hands regularly or if food is properly stored.
It also gives access to past inspections so people can track a restaurant’s improvement.
Most of the state’s 159 counties are already posted with the rest coming soon.
Georgia joins a growing number of states making the information available online including Florida and Alabama.