Tell your lawmaker that you support menu labeling

Soon, YOU will have more information when you dine out!

A new law, effective in May 2018, requires chain restaurants with 20 or more locations to provide calorie counts on the menu board and offer additional nutrition information upon request. So, not only will you have more information about the calories, but you can find out how much sodium, saturated fat, and sugar is in the dish.

Many restaurants are already putting calorie information on their menus. This gives you more of the information you need to make healthy decisions at a restaurant!

Tell your lawmaker to keep menu labeling on the table by posting a picture of the menu label you see and tagging with #MenuLabeling and #DineOutSmarter!

Enter your information to tell your lawmaker you support menu labeling!


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Thanks again,

American Heart Association Sodium Reduction Team