Scots make headway on own-brand salt

May 2013
British Baker;5/3/2013, p10
Trade Publication
The article focuses on a report by the Food Standards Agency (FSA) that discusses the progress of Scottish supermarkets in reduction of salt in their products and mentions that majority of own-brand bread and rolls have met the 2012 salt targets.


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