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Enjoy a delicious Iftar spread at Al Bandar Rotana

This Ramadan, be treated to a delicious Iftar buffet at the newly opened Salt & Pepper restaurant at Al Bandar Rotana in Dubai. The buffet will be accompanied with traditional Ramadan beverages, and a refreshing selection of f

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Salt Restaurant now open for lunch at Jumeirah Messilah

Salt Restaurant for seafood and international cuisine at Jumeirah Messilah Beach Hotel & Spa recently celebrated the launch of its new menu and also announced the opening its doors for lunch in addition to dinner.   

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Virgin Atlantic introduces festive salt and pepper shakers

Virgin Atlantic has launched a festive red version of its highly collectable salt and pepper shakers in its Upper Class cabin.   The sought after items, currently onboard in silver and black are named Wilbur and Orville and ar

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Salt reopens at Rixos The Palm, Dubai

Leading hotel Rixos The Palm, Dubai has reopened Salt, an al fresco seafood restaurant, now with a new menu for the cooler months. The venue, located outside adjacent to the hotel lobby and Eden Beach Club, offers picturesque view

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Bahrain bakeries urged to reduce salt in bread

Bakeries in Bahrain are being urged to reduce the salt content of their bread. Health authorities are planning to step up efforts to cut out sodium from recipes, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), our sister publication.

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Change looms for Ethiopia's ancient salt trade

Abdu Ibrahim Mohammed was 15 years old when he began trekking with caravans of camels to collect salt in a sun-blasted desert basin of north Ethiopia that is one of the hottest places on earth. Now 51 and retired, he has passed hi

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Ultra-low salt intake may not boost health

Americans at high risk for heart problems who have been told for years to sharply cut salt from their diet may not actually benefit from ultra-low sodium diets and could even face some harm, an independent panel of health experts said.

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Nestle to cut sugar, salt in cereals

  Nestle SA and General Mills will cut sugar and salt in the children's breakfast cereals they jointly market outside North America, the latest attempt by major food companies to respond to health concerns.  

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Bread a culprit in Americans eating too much salt

Nine out of 10 American adults consume too much salt and the leading culprit is not potato chips or popcorn but slices of bread and dinner rolls, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Tuesday. Forty-four percent of salt c

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Too much or too little salt is bad: study

Taking a moderate amount of salt may be healthier than too little or too much, researchers reported in a study likely to fuel the debate over the health effects of salt in the diet. Doctors for years have warned that high salt intake incre

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