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NYC restaurant chains must post high-sodium warnings

But National Restaurant Association says it plans to sue to block the rule

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The rule requires restaurants with at least 15 US locations to identify menu items with more than 2,300 mg of sodium and label them with a warning icon of a salt shaker in a triangle.

New York

NEW York City is facing an imminent challenge to a new rule requiring restaurant chains to post warnings on dishes with high amounts of salt, the latest battle in its campaign to improve public health on the fast-food front.

The city has already banned trans fats and

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