The Australian food and beverage industry is taking practical steps to help Australians reduce their salt intake, the country’s leading representative of food and beverage manufacturers has promised...

New research has discovered that there remains significant potential for sodium reduction in Australian processed food products, as food manufacturers report progress in their attempts to reduce salt content. A...

A New York City-led partnership of cities, states and national health organizations in America has unveiled its proposed targets to guide a voluntary reduction of salt levels in packaged and restaurant...

Campbell Soup Co. announced yesterday (14 December) that it will cut the sodium content of its SpaghettiOs canned pastas by up to 35%. It is the second time that the US food group has cut sodium in SpaghettiOs...

Over three quarters of people (77%) are not aware that bread and breakfast cereals are among leading salt-contributing foods in our diet, according to a new UK Food Standards Agency survey.Foods that contribute...

Low-sodium brands may struggle to gain traction with consumers as recipe changes affect a product’s taste, a leading US nutritionist said on Friday. With research into US consumers claiming that...

Concern about salt intake is gaining steam and increased consumer understanding about the impact of high sodium in their diets is encouraging manufacturers to strip salt out of their products wherever...

Food Standards Australia New Zealand has reported that around 34 per cent of Australians are consuming too much salt but indicated that media reports might have exaggerated the over consumption. “Recent...

The Australian food and beverage industry is continuing to review product formulations and processing technologies to reduce the use of salt, according to Australia’s leading organisation representing...

The UK’s Food Standards Agency has today published revised, voluntary salt reduction targets for industry to meet by 2012 – offering more challenging targets to the food industry. The revision...