NEW YORK — Mayor Mike Bloomberg announced the first 16 companies to formally commit to a public-private partnership created to cut salt in packaged and restaurant foods by 25% over five years Monday. First announced in January, the National Salt Reduction Initiative partnership now includes 18 national health organizations; 29 cities, states and related entities; and food companies including FreshDirect, Goya, Heinz, Kraft Foods, Mars Food, Unilever, Au Bon Pain, Boar’s Head, Hain ...

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