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London's "Low-Salt Initiative" ?

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On NPR on a food discussion some bloke said that "London has had a large low-salt initiative and that Londoners who go abroad now complain about salty foods."

How does this London low-salt initiative work - is the government being like Mayor Bloomberg and forcing the food industry to lower salt content (Bloomberg is attacking super sizing and fatty foods) or is it just a popular movemewnt?

Should Americans bring their salt shakers to London restaurants?

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