UK: Asda says it has removed 900 tonnes of salt from the nation's diet
Supermarket group Asda has highlighted figures that show it has taken 900 tonnes of salt out of its products, as part of a battle to reduce salt levels in the nation's food. As Salt Awareness Day begins at the House of Commons, London, today [Tuesday], Asda has confirmed that it has exceeded its salt-reduction goals since its campaign to that effect began in October 1998.
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