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ANNMH130 Posts: 1,081
11/1/11 11:01 A

thank you! let me rephrase...

I was hoping by now, the grocery shelves would sell a no salt pre-made marinara, lasagna, chili or pasta sauce that was no salt. I just want to come from work and heat it up, not stand and stir for 20 minutes while the mushrooms, onions, herbs & garlic flavor the ingredients of the no salt can.

I have read the labels at most grocers and there is one original 365 (WFM) brand that has 18% sodium. I cannot find any processed soups or processed pasta sauces that are sold with no salt added!

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11/1/11 10:25 A

Here are Hunt's No Added Salt's nutrition facts: www.heartwisefood.com/snosaadtosa.html
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There are more, just Google "no salt tomato sauce"--Muir Glen products are always great!

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ANNMH130 Posts: 1,081
11/1/11 9:38 A

I am sure I am not alone when I ask ...

Can anyone suggest low salt tomato sauces that can be bought off the grocery store shelf?

Most tomato sauces I find are at least 24-32% sodium. Pasta sauces, marinaras, originals
they are all high in sodium. Didn't find any that have 8-10% salt.



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