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Flavoring Blend Said To Cut Sodium Content In Processed Meats By A Third

June 7, 2017: 12:00 AM EST
Israeli salt producer Salt of the Earth Ltd. says it has found a way to reduce salt content in processed meats by as much as a third while maintaining flavor. Working with meat companies, Salt of the Earth developed a clean-label, natural flavoring based on Mediterranean umami – a blend of vegetal concentrates and extracts – mixed with sea salt. Reductions in sodium can be achieved in a variety of meat products, including frankfurters, sausages and injected chicken pastrami, the company said.
"Salt of the Earth Helps Meat Companies Reduce Sodium", News release, Salt of the Earth, June 07, 2017, © Salt of the Earth
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