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New Philadelphia bill would require sodium warnings on restaurant menus

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A new bill introduced in the Philadelphia City Council Thursday (Jan. 25) would require chain restaurants to place warning labels next to menu items that contain 2,300 milligrams (mg) or more of sodium – the maximum daily limit recommended by the Dietary Guidelines for Americans – on printed and electronic menus, menu boards and food tags.

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