Does your restaurant chain have to comply to the High-Salt Warning to display on your menu?
Starting December 8th, 2015, restaurant chains will have to display the symbol of a saltshaker in a black triangle next to specific items on their food menus if it contains more than than 2,300 milligrams of sodium, the recommended daily maximum.
This law applies restaurants,concession stands, movie theaters and ballparks with 15 or more locations across the country. Violators will face a penalty of $200.
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