New York City is considering new rules requiring restaurants to warn customers of meals with a high salt content.
Chain restaurants that serve dishes with more than the recommended daily amount of sodium, one teaspoon, would have to add a salt-shaker symbol next to the item.
New York is the first US city to consider such a move.
Restaurant owners said it would mean yet more red tape for the industry.
New York's Board of Health agreed to consider the plan on Wednesday, with a final vote in September and possible introduction in December.
According to New York's Health Department, roughly 10% of the menu items sold in fast-food establishments would be affected.
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