Campbell using sea salt to cut sodium

02/22/2006 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Campbell Soup Co. will begin selling a new variety of low-sodium soups that use a form of sea salt that can reduce sodium levels by 25% without sacrificing flavor, according to the company. Campbell officials also said they won't stop there: The company is working with suppliers and biotech companies to cut sodium levels by up to 70% in the future.

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