I see that Sainsbury's have a new range of 'freefrom' products, free-from wheat, gluten and/or dairy, and that is admirable. No doubt some other supermarkets have similar ranges to cater for customers who have allegies to wheat, gluten and/or dairy. But when are supermarkets going to provide products free from added SALT? - I don't mean low or lower in salt; I mean
FREE FROM ADDED SALT.
Far, far, far, far, far more of all supermarket customers are harmed by added salt than by wheat, gluten and dairy all combined They are the people who are overweight/obese/sensitive to salt, because obesity is caused by salt sensitivity.
See Vulnerable to salt.
And see Sodium in foods
See my Mensa article on Obesity and the Salt Connection