It’s not about salt itself, but salt in processed products.
You can’t remove salt from your pizzas, but feel free to add more if you want!
Whew, without CF’s hint, I would not have guessed this is the ”Morton Salt Girl”. It’s not a product I know.
Pure sodium or salt… something we humans cannot live without!
However, the FDA will allow food manufactures to put preservatives and food-additives in our foods which are not necessary or healthy.
So who is truly worth their salt?
Sherridan; What part of “reduce” sound so much like “forbid”?
It’s amazing how much is in breakfast cereals. There IS such a thing as too much of a “good” thing!
tax it, a sin tax right?
Big Brother feds are not the correct answer to the problem of food processing too much salt into products, the consumer preference for less or no salt is growing, and more shoppers are reading labels and refusing to buy the high salt content foods.
I am on a low salt diet prescribed by my doctor; I use sea salt in small quantity and seasonings to replace the excess salt….Mrs. Dash is a good product.
When consumers complain…. a smart food chain should
voluntarily correct excess salt…without the heavy hand of Policeman Obama! (who exalted Obama to Mr. Know It All in every aspect of human life, anyway?)
If salt doesn’t kill us, the government will!