NEW YORK Several representatives of the restaurant industry met Wednesday with New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg and other officials to discuss ways of addressing the salt content of foods served in restaurants, according to parties who were invited to the event. They would not reveal the agenda or other details of the meeting. But a spokeswoman for the health department said in a statement e-mailed to Nation’s Restaurant News: “Heart disease and stroke are leading causes of ...
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