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Menu Labeling Senate Bill 1420 Health & Safety Code 114094. Common Terminology. Chain Restaurants : 20 or more facilities in California under the same ownership or franchise with substantially similar menu items.

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Menu labeling senate bill 1420 health safety code 114094

Menu LabelingSenate Bill 1420Health & Safety Code 114094


Common terminology

Common Terminology

  • Chain Restaurants: 20 or more facilities in California under the same ownership or franchise with substantially similar menu items.

    • Standard Menu Item: Items offered for sale for more than 180 day per calendar year.

    • Point of Sale: Location where order is taken

    • Quick Service: Orders are placed at service counter (e.g. Taco Bell).

    • Table Service: Orders are placed with wait staff at a table (e.g. Cheesecake Factory).


Does a facility qualify

Does a Facility Qualify?

  • SB 1420 pertains only to chainrestaurants with 20 or more facilities in California.

    • Chainfacilities have been identified on your Envision report.

  • Exempt Facilities

    • CFM’s, convenience & grocery stores, LHCF’s, school cafeterias, MFSU’s, self service buffets, pharmacies, and vending machines.

    • Note: Separately owned food facilities within grocery stores (e.g. AFC Sushi) are not exempt.


Main provisions table service

Main Provisions: Table Service

  • Beginning July 1, 2009 Table Serviceestablishments must either:

    • Provide a brochure, menu, or menu insert at the dining table that discloses calories, carbohydrates, saturated fat, and sodium for each standard menu item, OR

    • Disclose calories only for each standard menu item on all menus, menu boards, or display tags in display cases.


Main provisions quick service

Main Provisions: Quick Service

  • Beginning July 1, 2009 Quick Service establishments must either:

    • Provide a brochure at the point of sale that discloses calories, carbohydrates, saturated fat, and sodium for each standard menu item, OR

    • Disclose calories only for each standard menu item on all menus, menu boards, or display tags in display cases.


Main provisions january 1 2011

Main Provisions: January 1, 2011

  • Beginning January 1, 2011 all establishments must:

    • Disclose calories only for each standard menu item on all menus, menu boards, or display tags in display cases.


Examples

Examples:

Garlic Herb Chicken 370 calories

Seasoned grilled chicken breast served in a garlic herb sauce. Paired with steamed herb potatoes and seasonal vegetables.

$8.69

Calories


What about the drive through

What About The Drive-through?

  • Beginning July 1, 2009 establishments with drive-through windows must:

    • Provide a brochure at the window that discloses calories, carbohydrates, saturated fat, and sodium for each standard menu item, AND

    • Display a conspicuous sign on the menu board that states:

    • “Nutritional Information Available on Request”


Combo customized meals

Combo & Customized Meals

  • Combo meals

    • Food facilities can specify a min to max calorie range for a combination of standard menu items.

  • Customized meals

    • Menu labeling only applies to standard menu items. Nutritional information must be provided for a gourmet veggie pizza but, not for a special order three topping pizza.


Foods that are exempt

Foods That Are Exempt

  • Exemptions include:

    • Alcoholic beverages and self service drink stations.

    • Complimentary pre-meal items (e.g. salsa & chips).

    • Self service condiments.

    • Salads with dressing on the side.


Educational materials

Educational Materials

CCDEH

Menu Labeling

Guidelines

Compliance

Assistance

Bulletin


Enforcement

Enforcement

  • Menu labeling violations

    • Violations are considered minor and shall be noted in box # 32 of the OIR “Food properly labeled and honestly presented”.

    • Law provides for fines of $50 to $500.

    • Enforcement agency shall check to see that nutritional information is provided and that the information was obtained by reasonable means.


In summary

In Summary

  • Beginning July 1, 2009 chainestablishments must:

    • Provide brochures with nutritional information where the order is taken, OR

    • List calories next to standard menu items on menus, menu boards, and display tags.

  • Beginning Jan 1, 2011: chainestablishments must:

    • List calories next to standard menu items on menus, menu boards, and display tags.


Menu labeling senate bill 1420 health safety code 114094

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