Kimberly Lord Stewart

Sodium labelSalt (sodium chloride) is that magical ingredient that delivers flavor, structure, food safety, and food preservation benefits. However, as with all good things, there are ceilings for safe consumption, which is why the food industry has long focused on finding alternatives. In October 2021, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration released new voluntary guidance on sodium reduction in 163 categories of commercially prepared foods with the overarching goal of reducing consumption by 12% over the ne…

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Kimberly Lord Stewart is a content development strategist and author ([email protected]).


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