UK: FSA warns on salt content of ready meals
A survey of popular ready meals published by the Food Standards Agency shows that some ready meals aimed at children have levels of salt as high as standard adult ready meals, and some 'healthy option' meals contain more than half a whole day's target intake. The FSA said that many ready meals are very high in salt, with just under half the products surveyed containing more than 40% of the daily adult salt target of 6 grams.
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