CHICAGO Americans are paying more attention to sodium levels in food, and in response food manufacturers are developing more no-salt or reduced-sodium products, the consumer research firm Mintel said Tuesday. Recent research indicates that about 52 percent of American consumers are monitoring the amount of sodium in their diets, according to Chicago-based Mintel.Meanwhile, the number of food products designed to have no-, low- or reduced-sodium levels, has increased 115 percent from 2005 to ...
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