Some food items that will comply with salt limits
Sixteen food companies plan to reduce the levels of sodium in their products as part of Bloomberg's initiative
April 27, 2010 7:30PM (UTC)
Sixteen food companies or restaurant chains said Monday that some of their products will meet voluntary limits on salt content by 2012 or by 2014, including:
-- Au Bon Pain: Sandwiches with ham and cured meat; soup; sweet yeast breads.
-- Boar's Head: Cold cuts; bacon; processed cheese.
-- Goya: Canned beans.
-- Hain Celestial: Health Valley crackers; Terra chips; Westbrae canned vegetables.
-- Heinz: Ketchup.
-- Starbucks: Breakfast sandwiches not on a biscuit.
-- Uno Chicago Grill: Hamburgers; pizza; chicken and fish sandwiches.
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