Sign the petition: Chain restaurants should warn us about excessively sugary items

The largest restaurant chains consistently serve up items with more than a day’s worth of added sugars. A recent report released by the Center for Science in the Public Interest found that even the average "small" fountain drink exceeds the daily added sugars limits advised by the U.S. Dietary Guidelines.

Putting warning icons on excessively sugary items—as cities like New York are considering—can help consumers make healthier choices. Sign our petition to show your support and join the movement for these policies in your community.