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New Philly Law Targets Sodium Labeling At Chain Eateries

Law360 (September 14, 2018, 6:56 PM EDT) -- Philadelphia’s mayor signed a new ordinance on Friday requiring chain restaurants to post warnings on their menus for items containing more than a certain amount of sodium.

The law is the latest in a string of public health initiatives enacted by the city in recent years, including requirements that businesses tax sweetened beverages and provide workers with paid sick leave.

The measure inked by Mayor Jim Kenney on Friday would require chain restaurants to put warnings next to items on their menus containing 2,300 or more...
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