Soubry launches drive to cut salt in food
A CAMPAIGN to reduce the amount of salt people eat is being launched today by Health Minister and Broxtowe MP Anna Soubry.
Research shows that 55 per cent of people in the East Midlands rarely consider the amount of salt in the food they buy, even though 78 per cent said they knew that too much salt was bad for them.
The campaign will encourage the catering sector to cut down on salt and get more companies across the food industry to sign up to salt reduction.
Miss Soubry said: "Today our typical shopping basket contains much less salt than it did 10 years ago but more needs to be done to help lower these levels even further.
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"Through the Responsibility Deal, we are working with the food industry to make sure people are given healthier options with less salt in their favourite foods."