Support Added Sugars Warnings on Chain Restaurant Menus

Most “small” fountain sodas served at fast-food chains contain more than a day’s worth of added sugars.

A bill being considered by the New York City Council, INT-1326, would place warning icons next to items that exceed an entire day’s worth of added sugars (50 grams), a policy supported by 85 percent of New York City residents.

Tell your city councilmember to support added sugars warnings today!