/How does a food establishment include a disclosure for the consumer?

The disclosure requirement is to make a clear identification of specific menu items containing raw- or undercooked animal food products and menu items that the consumer can choose to be served raw or undercooked. The most common way to disclose menu items is to place an asterisk (*) next to each menu item that contains raw- or undercooked animal food products. Also, an asterisk should be placed next to the reminder statement to link the menu items to the reminder statement. Make sure that the symbol is used only to mark raw- or undercooked foods and not as a reminder for other notices (e.g., messages regarding split checks or gratuity); Or, ensure that a unique symbol (e.g., +, ᵼ, ◊, ☼, etc.) is used so it is clear to which foods the disclosure applies.