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Reducing Sodium in Restaurant Food Is an Opportunity for Choice
The average American eats out at a fast food or dine-in restaurant almost five times a week. CDC is collaborating with the food industry to reduce sodium in the food supply and providing technical assistance to the public health community for work on sodium reduction, as it is a public health priority. CDC is offering strategies for how health departments and restaurants can work together for sodium reduction and to provide consumers with healthier choices in the report “From Menu to Mouth: Opportunities for Sodium Reduction in Restaurants,” published today in CDC's journal, Preventing Chronic Disease.
SOURCE: CDC, January 23, 2014
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