An executive at the fast-casual chain discusses why it's embarking on a systemwide effort to reduce sodium
In a nod to consumers’ growing concerns about health and nutrition, Boston Market is removing salt shakers from the tables in each of its 476 units. RELATED • Boston Market ready to grow again • Boston Market names chief brand officer • More food and beverage news Officials at the Golden, Colo.-based chain said that the move was intended both to give customers pause before dumping more salt on their meals and to symbolize a systemwide effort to reduce the amounts of ...
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