Saturday, July 5, 2008

Low Sodium, No Sodium Hot Sauce & More!

By popular demand, the Carolina Sauce Company online store now has a section listing all of the no sodium, no salt, low sodium and low salt hot sauce, BBQ sauce, marinades, dressings, rubs & seasonings, snacks and other low sodium/no sodium products that we carry! In order to qualify for listing on the new Low Sodium/No Sodium Products page, a hot sauce or other product must have no more than 35 mg of sodium per serving. This is actually the generally accepted definition of Very Low Sodium (as opposed to merely Low Sodium, which generally means up to 140 mg of sodium per serving). We've chosen to go with the Very Low Sodium threshhold of no more than 35 mg of sodium per serving for two reasons. First, our customers have expressed interest in very low sodium and no sodium/no salt sauces and products. Second, because the typical serving size for hot sauce, BBQ sauce, condiments etc. is usually 1 teaspoon (or less) to 2 Tablespoons, sodium counts over 35 mg per serving struck us as a bit high to be considered "low sodium" in light of the relatively small serving size.

If you are on a low sodium diet or other sodium restricted or low salt diet and have been looking for a way to spice up your meals without blowing your diet, you can now find the perfect low sodium hot sauce, barbecue sauce, no salt dry rub and other low sodium and no sodium products in one easy place, for your shopping convenience: the new Low Sodium/No Sodium Products section at the Carolina Sauce Company!

Zestfully yours,

PS: The Carolina Sauce Company home page and other non-store pages will be updated next week with a "quick link" to the Low Sodium/No Sodium page.

1 comment:

  1. maggie.danhakl@healthline.comJuly 7, 2014 at 5:53 AM


    Healthline just published a visualization of your daily value of sodium. In the chart, you can see what half of your DV of salt looks like for 30 foods:

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    If you do not believe this would be a good fit for a resource on your site, even sharing this on your social communities would be a great alternativeto help get the word out.

    Thanks for your time reviewing. Please let me know your thoughts and if there are any questions I can answer.

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