NEW YORK Health department officials here said Wednesday that they would meet in February with representatives of large chain restaurants as they work to further their efforts in reducing the salt content in prepared and restaurant foods. The meeting follows one between New York City officials, food manufacturers and restaurant industry members held last October at which officials made it known that they would seek to reduce sodium levels in prepared and restaurant ...
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