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Salt Worldwide Action

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  • 75% salt is in processed foods The first set of salt targets were published in March 2006. They covered 85 categories of processed foods that contribute most salt to the diet, including staple food such as bread, bacon, breakfast cereals, cheese, etc. Out of home and catering sector wrongly left out Reset for 2012 Monitor reductions in the amount of salt added to the food by the food industry and ensure that they will reach the target that has been set for them These would be closely monitored and independently checked by the FSA, as well as surveys by CASH.
  • The follow up with M&S and EAT. Who are reviewing their products

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