Meat processors scale back on sodium, increase quality

09/6/2013 | Food Processing

Consumers and chefs are demanding more from meat, including higher quality, more information about how it was produced, improved convenience and better nutrition. To address these needs, Perdue launched the lightly processed Simply Smart chicken line, and Alef Sausage, founded in 2000, turned to celery powder as a natural solution to sodium nitrate, a preservative used in cured meats.

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