Kraft to Cut Sodium Levels in Products
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#1 Mar 18, 2010
They could knock the sodium level down by 90% if they wanted to. Look at the labels of European-made food items (cookies, breads, etc) in the supermarket sometime...an amazingly low amount of sodium, and they stay preserved on shelves just fine. (And, you'll also notice, not a drop of partially hydrogenated oil. But that is a point more fitting for a different article...)
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