Sodium Mandate Not a Done Deal ... Yet

By NYC Hospitality Alliance

March 1, 2016

A judge granted the National Restaurant Association's request for an emergency stay of New York City's sodium-labeling mandate.

The Feb. 29 decision by Justice David Friedman temporarily prohibits the New York City health department from enforcing the controversial mandate, which would require chain restaurants with more than 15 stores to post salt-shaker labels next to menu items exceeding 2,300 milligrams of sodium.  Read more.

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