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Congress urged to lift sodium rider, help schools meet sodium standards

Health, industry groups target lawmakers to make nutrition policy changes in FY 2020 spending bill

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Congress should lift the rider blocking FDA from setting the voluntary sodium limits and fund USDA to help schools to meet the meal sodium reduction levels, said consumer, health and food companies in a May 13 letter to leaders on House-Senate appropriations committees.


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