Although there is a push by the FDA and other health organizations to reduce sodium in processed foods, manufacturers have been opposed to it. They contend that low-sodium products often don't fare well in the marketplace. Taste is the main reason people buy a particular product and when salt is removed, consumers react negatively to the [...]
Question: What's the difference between sea salt and regular salt? Answer: Not much... other than taste and texture. They both contain about 40% sodium or about 2,300mg per teaspoon. The biggest difference, because sea salt is coarser than table salt, people generally use a little less.