Boston Market is the latest chain to announce nutritional changes to some of its core menu items as it rolls out mashed potatoes, stuffing, cornbread, gravy and meat loaf with significantly reduced levels of sodium. Sara Bittorf, the 458-unit chain’s chief brand officer, said reduced sodium levels had been on Boston Market’s agenda since 2010. RELATED • Boston Market to offer government shutdown promotion • Boston Market opens first new restaurant in seven ...
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