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Oregon Menu Labeling Act
Menu-labeling

The purpose of the Oregon Menu Labeling Act is to provide consumers with basic nutrition information about prepared food sold at chain restaurants.

Beginning January 1, 2010, restaurants with 15 or more outlets nationwide will provide information regarding the calories, saturated fat, trans fat, carbohydrates and sodium in their menu items.

Nutrition labels take the guesswork out of making healthier choices when eating out. While it's probably no surprise that a bacon double cheeseburger may have a lot of calories, it may come as a shock that items like salads and smoothies can be even higher in saturated fat and calories.

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Information for Consumers

Information for Restaurants