Thursday, April 25, 2013

Attitudes Toward Sodium - US - February 2013 :

Despite consumers’ interest in eating healthier, they also want food that tastes good. While government, food manufacturers and restaurants try to provide healthier options to Americans, these organizations are up against several challenges, especially regarding how to market low/no/reduced sodium items.

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Emily Krol, Health and Wellness Analyst

Some questions answered in this report include:

  • Consumers believe they should be responsible for choosing food and drink, but many recent rulings have impacted availability of certain products. What is the impact of government regulation on consumer choices?
  • Consumers want food that tastes good, but know that high-sodium contents are unhealthy. How can restaurants and packaged foods companies reduce sodium content without alienating people who want great-tasting food?
  • The jury is still out regarding how bad sodium really is, especially for those who do not suffer from hypertension or high blood pressure. How will this affect consumer perceptions of low-sodium products?

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