This policy requires chain restaurants with 15 or more locations to provide high sodium content warning labels on menu boards for food items or combination meals containing "more than or equal to 2300 milligrams (mg) of sodium."
"The monetary penalty for a violation of this section is $200 dollars." § 81.49(d).
This policy is located in New York City, New York Rules, Title 24 - Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, New York City Health Code, Title IV - Environmental Sanitation, Part A - Food and Drugs, Article 81 - Food Preparation and Food Establishments, Section 81.49 - Sodium warning. History: Added City Record 9/16/2015, eff. 10/16/2015.