Americans care about the sodium content of their food. Or do they? One week we hear that customers are clamoring for sodium-reduced meal options, the next week another source says we are eating fewer of those foods. The first report, research led by Healthy Dining and funded by the National Cancer Institute, says that consumers accept and usually prefer lower-sodium menu options. Healthy Dining’s registered dietitians and research team reduced salt and other high-sodium ingredients ...

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