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Potassium chloride tastes and acts like salt, but do consumers know what it is?

15:19 EDT 17 May 2019 | Vitals on NBC News

What's in a name? The FDA hopes changing how a salt alternative is listed on ingredient labels will reduce Americans' sodium intake.

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