The Star-Ledger found that "state regulations designed to protect consumers from food-borne illness fall far short of federal standards -- and enforcement of these regulations is inconsistent at best. Problems with food, which cause about 2 million sicknesses in New Jersey each year, are not limited to greasy spoons or obscure delis, either. Sanitary inspection reports for some of the state's best restaurants contain numerous examples of practices that could make customers sick."
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