NEW YORK Discussion surrounding the possible federal regulation of sodium content in prepared and restaurant foods boiled over this week as members of Congress, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, various health advocacy groups and the National Restaurant Association weighed in on the matter, which many have labeled the next food battleground. The FDA denied this week numerous reports that had claimed the agency was set to impose a 10-year, phased-in plan to limit the amount of salt in ...
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