Sodium content of meat can be reduced by 30%, says ADM

By Noli Dinkovski

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Sodium content of meat can be reduced by 30%, says ADM

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Two new products have been launched that allow the sodium content of meat to be reduced by up to 30%.

Created by Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM), Sea SaltTrim part of the SaltTrim range is naturally rich in potassium chloride and other minerals.

ADM said that when mixed with its natural flavourings, “it delivers full salty notes without the bitterness associated with potassium”​.

Salt enhancer

Also new is Salt Enhancer, a natural flavouring designed for food with low sodium levels. Available in a dry powder form, ADM said Salt Enhancer can be blended with other dry ingredients and is suitable for a wide range of applications including fresh processed meat, cured meat pieces, raw-cooked and precooked products, as well as raw and dry meat.

Healthier lifestyle

“Our sodium reduction solutions allow the end-customer to adopt a healthier lifestyle without sacrificing the salty taste and mouthfeel that they are used to,”​ said Tim Symons, ADM sales director for meats and meals.

“Our goal is to help meat product manufacturers achieve local and international salt reduction targets.”

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Salt replacer

Posted by Val Luck,

I bet this is a lot more expensive the cost of salt though.

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