WASHINGTON — A day after First Lady Michelle Obama asked members of the Grocery Manufacturers Association to supply supermarkets with healthier options, Kraft Foods announced plans to reduce sodium by an average of 10% across its portfolio over the next two years. Under such a plan, sodium in Easy Mac Cups will be reduced by 20% and Oscar Mayer Bologna will undergo a 17% reduction. "We are reducing sodium because it's good for consumers and, if done properly, it's good for business," said ...

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