Accordingly, entities who will defy this rule will be fined US$200.The law requires chain restaurants to post warnings on their menu, items high in salt. The daily limit recommended by their government is 2,300 milligrams of sodium.
In continuance to this public health crusade, theCity Board of Health adopted thisnew rule to lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart attacks and strokes of people.
Previously, the city had banned smoking in bars and restaurantsin addition to their existing no smoking laws. It also voted to ban transfat in restaurants that require them to post calorie counts.
However their proposal onthe ban on selling sugary drinks larger than Â½ liter, was ruled out by the higher court.
Business owners opposed the law as unreasonable and confusing but campaigns such as these are worthy causes that looks-out and safeguard the lives of the people.
Out of greed, human naturedonâ€™t really consider the effect butcommonly on the gain. Strict rules from the government maybe constricting but actually beneficial in the end.
A new report in the maritime industry impliesthat China now supplies more seafarers than the Philippines.
However, the Manpower Report from BIMCO/ International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) reveals that the Philippines is still the largest source of the world industryâ€™s ratings, as the availability of Chinese seafarers for international service seems to be more limited.
The Philippines and Russia are said to be equally important sources of officers, followed closely by Ukraine and India.
“It often requires more courage to dare to do right than to fear to do wrong.”
– Abraham Lincoln
ByÂ Edgar Allan J. Tac-an