Do you prefer more or less information about what you’re eating? Well, it seems New York City judge Eileen Rakower decided that more is better. On February 24, Judge Rakower rejected the National Restaurant Association’s (NRAs) attempts to reverse the city’s new ordinance that requires larger chain restaurants to place a warning next to menu items that contain more than 2,3000 milligrams (approximately 1 teaspoon) of salt. A failure to comply may result in a fine of $200.
For more information visit The Atlantic for their full story on the subject.