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Campbell Soup Seeks End To Declining Sales, Brings Salt Back

July 13, 2011: 09:36 AM EST
Campbell Soup Co. plans to increase the salt content of its Select Harvest soups, a reversal of the company's move to lower sodium content a few years ago. Declines in sales prompted Campbell Soup to increase salt content from 480mg to 650mg per serving, a decision that dismayed health proponents. Too much salt in diet has been linked to negative health effects, such as high blood pressure and heart attacks.
Eryn Brown, "Campbell's to add salt back into Select Harvest soups: Good health doesn't sell", Los Angeles Times / For the Booster Shots blog, July 13, 2011, © Tribune Newspapers
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