NEW YORK — A&P’s store-brand items will be among the packaged foods and restaurant fare reformulated as part of the New York City Health Department’s National Salt Reduction Initiative, according to a New York Times report. The voluntary program aims to reduce salt in processed and restaurant foods by 25%—and sodium intake by 20%—over the next five years. More than 40 cities, states and health organizations have committed to work toward the goal. Though Campbell’s supports the intent ...
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