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New knowledge about salting of meat and fish
Health foods seen as unnatural
Hungry for fullness and artificial sugar
The Campylobacter Culprit
SysDiet - healthy Nordic meals
Salting is a big deal
Changes views on food safety
Italians demanding Norwegian lamb
Old taste buds do not rust
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New knowledge about salting of meat and fish

Health foods seen as unnatural

The Norwegian and international food industry is interested in the effects of sodium chloride (salt) on food quality and human health. It is of particular importance to know the salting processes well when reducing the salt content of the products. Read more The food producers are doing everything they can to tell consumers about the health benefits of their products. But do they really know how the consumers perceive their information? Øydis Ueland does. Read more


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