SPARTANBURG S.C. As public health advocates continue to pour pressure on restaurant companies to lower the amount of salt in their food products, Denny’s said Monday it is rolling out systemwide a number of reformulations that will lower sodium content in several menu items. According to company executives, the family-dining chain reduced the amount of salt in its hash browns by 25 percent and is rolling the product out now. It also cut the amount of salt in its cheese sauce and ...

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