Formula changes for food brands are about "stealth health"

When General Mills reduced the sodium in its Hamburger Helper products, they introduced the new formula slowly, with no fanfare. "For health improvements to be successful, we have to make them in a way that consumers accept the change, which means no compromise on taste," said Maha Tahiri, General Mills' health and wellness officer.

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