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Austrian National Salt Reduction Initiative
High Level Group on Nutrition and Physical Activity EU framework on salt reduction
Nationaler Aktionsplan Ernährung National Nutrition Action Plan NAP.e
Reduction of Salt consumption is under the main goals of the Austrian Nutrition Action plan
- Min.: 1,4 g (DACH-Recommendation) - Max. 5 g (WHO) - Actually: 8 – 9 g (Austrian Nutrition Report 2012) Daily Salt Consumption (NaCl):
- Prepared food: 80 % - Use of table salt: 20% Sources of daily salt intake:
- Bread and pastry: 24 % - Meat products, sausages: 12 % - Cheese: 12 % Main food categories for salt consumption:
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2015: 1,2 g/100g (1,7 g/100g flour) Target Salt content in bread and pastry:
Label used by participating bakeries: „Less Salt is healthier“
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