Establishes menu labeling and nutritional information disclosure requirements for chain restaurants with 15 or more locations nationwide. Note: the federal menu labeling law passed in 2010 may impact this law.
This policy may correspond to diet-related strategies identified by the County Health Rankings’ What Works for Health tool, including:
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Has provision addressing children's menus. See § 81.50(d)(2)).
Requires provision of nutritional information (§ 81.50(d)); also, general scope provision for Article 81 refers to goal of protecting health and safety. § 81.01.
§ 81.50(a); see also § 81.03 (general definitions) and § 1.03 (definitions for Health Code).
Rules of the City of New York; New York City Health Code; Title IV (Environmental Sanitation); Article 81 (Food Preparation and Food Establishments). Ordinance: Amended City Record 9/16/2015, eff. 12/1/2016.
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