Here are few municipalities that are after fast food restaurants:
A Google search will gives you weeks of reading material.
What about our choice to buy food with salt already added? One choice is just as legitimate, and important, as another. What are the makers of Salt and Vinegar potato chips supposed to do? Just sell Vinegar potato chips? Will we all have to put the salt on the rims of our Margarita glasses after the drink is served to us? Just how silly do we get with this bright idea?
If salt isn't being banned and it will still be used by the overwhelming majority of people, then why force foods to be made without salt or a little salt? This is just "Rube Goldberg" legislation. It is a silly, over the top, way to attempt to get people to use less salt. If salt is so bad that we need this law then just ban it and make it a regulated substance like prescription drugs. This whole idea is just government control running a muck.
Mandating salt levels in food is just plain crazy. It solves NOTHING. It just creates more government bureaucracy and expense, IMO. Once again, tell me what happens to Salt and Vinegar potato chips under this law? This question really shows the craziness of this idea.
... and this is in spite of us not regulating the salt content of our food. How did that happen?