Restaurants seek ways to quietly cut back on salt

12/11/2011 | QSR Magazine

Restaurants are quietly working to use less salt in their recipes. Some, including Moe's Southwest Grill, have begun using salt substitutes, but some chefs say simply cutting sodium is the answer. "If you cut salt by 20%, you will be challenged to find any difference in flavor," says Ron DeSantis, director of CIA Consulting.

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