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Light Sodium Food Labels

Food Label Glossary

"Light" (for reduced-sodium products) can be used if food is "Low Calorie" and "Low Fat" and sodium is reduced by at least 50%. "Light in Sodium" can be used if sodium is reduced by at least 50% per serving. For meals and main dishes, "Light in Sodium" meets definition for "Low in Sodium." "No Salt Added" and "Unsalted" must declare "This is Not A Sodium-Free Food" on information panel if food is not "Sodium Free." "Lightly Salted" foods must contain 50% less sodium than normally added to reference food.

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