Philadelphia Chain Restaurants Will Soon Be Required To Post Sodium Warning Labels


WELL, RESTAURANTS IN PHILADELPHIA WILL BE REQUIRED TO POST SODIUM WARNING LABELS ON MENU ITEMS. WARNINGS WILL BE SCHENN FOR ANY MENU ITEM THAT HAS MORE THAN RECOMMENDED SODIUM TOTAL FOR ENTIRE DAY THAT IS 23 MILLIGRAMS. IT TAKES PLACE AT MOST CHAIN RESTAURANTS. CITY OFFICIALS HOPE ADDITIONAL FUR WILL HELP PEOPLE MAKE BETTER CHOICES. ONE CHAIN HAS A BURGER, WITH ALL OF THE TOPPING HAS 4,100 MILLIGRAMS. SO WITH THIS LABEL FOR THE FIRST TIME, CUSTOMERS CAN EASILY SEE, WHICH ITEMS ARE EXTREMELY HIGH IN SODIUM AND IF THEY CHOOSE TOO THEY CAN AVOID THAT. OFFICIALS SAY PHILADELPHIA HAS ONE OF THE HIGHEST RATES OF HYPERTENSION AND PREMATURE

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