Tag Archives: Consensus Action on Salt and Health

Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall backs new food alliance

HUGH FEARNLEY-WHITTINGSTALL and a number of key national organisations from health, environment, social justice, animal welfare, development, faith and consumer sectors have launched a new alliance to promote the idea that eating ‘less and better’ meat is fairer, greener and healthier for people and the planet.                  …
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Salt reduction at standstill

FOOD MANUFACTURERS and retailers have announced that they are approaching “the limit of what’s possible” in terms of removing salt from their products.   New research, commissioned by the British Retail Consortium (BRC) and the Food and Drink Federation (FDF) showed that there are methods to extract more salt but the need considerably more scientific…
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Caterer cuts salt by over 600kg

THE RESTAURANT chains took a bit of a battering last week in a new report by Which?, but there was good news this week with Charlton House announcing the first results of its salt reduction programme.     In 2011, the caterer removed 602kg of salt from meals served in the workplace. This is the…
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