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What's New! — February 2008

Finally, Salt Replacers that actually taste good are available for your health-conscious consumers!

Health-conscious consumers are looking more and more into low sodium food products. Many of the salt replacers in the food industries replace sodium chloride with potassium chloride, which helps maintain a degree of saltiness, but often contributes off-notes that many consumers find unpleasant.
Sodium reductions of up to 50% without sacrificing flavor impact are made possible by our new line of Salt Replacers and Salt Substitutes.

AFS Salt Replacer T#16 and AFS Sea Salt Replacer T#2 are made with salt and sea salt, respectively, and potassium chloride, carefully formulated to provide a clean flavor and minimize the bitterness which is common to many salt replacers. They are made with natural flavors and are allergen free.

To use, simply replace all or part of the salt in the current formula with an AFS Salt Replacer for a sodium reduction of up to 50%. The recommended starting sodium reduction level using an AFS Salt Replacer is 25%, which gives little or no effect on overall flavor and allows for a “reduced sodium” claim on the label.

Salt Substitute NTF-25 and Salt Substitute CL T#1 give the same benefits as AFS Salt Replacers except that they contain no salt. They can also provide sodium reduction by up to 50% when used with some salt and other salt containing ingredients in your formula.

For more information about our salt replacers or other products, please contact Technical Services at (800) 787-3067.

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