Public health experts call for less salt in food products

11/19/2007 | NYTimes.com

Public health officials are urging the FDA to require food makers to reduce the sodium in their products in order to fight diseases such as high blood pressure, stroke and kidney failure, an industry association said. Grocers and food manufacturers argue, however, that the salt content in food has decreased over the last few years, and that the government and industry need to develop salt alternatives to avoid consumer backlash.

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