We all knew it was coming. And it is here. We knew it would most likely bring negative attention to the industry. And it did. On April 20, the Institute of Medicine, or IOM, released its report, “Strategies to Reduce Sodium Intake in the United States," which outlines a long-term, collaborative solution to reducing America’s high intake of sodium. The collaboration implies a commitment to action by America’s restaurants. The IOM report emphasizes the need for “an ...
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