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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

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...