OMAHA, Neb. — ConAgra Foods here has pledged to reduce the salt in its products by 20% by 2015. Since 2006, the company has removed more than 2 million pounds of salt from its products, according to ConAgra. By 2015, the amount of salt reduced will reach 10 million pounds. “ConAgra Foods has the ability to make an impact on sodium in a very broad way,” said Al Bolles, executive vice president, research, quality and innovation for ConAgra Foods, in a statement. “What that means is that ...

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