WASHINGTON — The Food and Drug Administration refuted a Washington Post report that said it will adopt the Institute of Medicine's recommendations to set legal limits on sodium, rather than rely on voluntary efforts, as a way to prevent more than 100,000 deaths annually. “A story in today’s Washington Post leaves a mistaken impression that the FDA has begun the process of regulating the amount of sodium in foods,” said the statement. “The FDA is not currently working on regulations nor have ...
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