PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The next time you dine out at a chain restaurant in Philadelphia your meal could come with a new warning.

Philadelphia City Council is cracking down on meals with too much salt.

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Council members unanimously passed a bill On Thursday that would force chain restaurants to put warning signs on menus for any items with more than 2300 milligrams of salt.

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That’s an entire day’s worth of salt.

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If Mayor Kenney signs the bill, Philadelphia would join New York City as the only two cities to require that warning.