Food makers don't advertise low-sodium changes

02/15/2010 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Though companies including Sara Lee and ConAgra Foods have been reducing the sodium levels in many products, they are doing so quietly because most consumers equate lower sodium with less flavor. The companies want to make changes on their own terms, as governments worldwide push for less salt consumption.

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