NEW YORK —As public-health advocates in this city and others pour pressure on restaurant companies to lower the amount of salt in their food products, a growing number of operators already are reducing the sodium content of some menu items. Most recently, Denny’s, the 1,500-unit family-dining chain, said in February that it had reduced the amount of salt in its hash browns by 25 percent and was rolling the product systemwide. ...

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