ROTTERDAM, Netherlands — Unilever will reduce the salt in its products to target a dietary intake of 6 grams of salt per day by the end of 2010, and 5 grams per day for the end of 2015. The company chose these targets since the former is recommended by most countries’ food authorities, while 5 grams is within World Health Organization guidelines, according to Unilever. "This is a unique approach as we are dealing with our portfolio in a holistic way in terms of daily dietary contribution, ...

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