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What, no generic "snacks" subcategory???
In the grocery store you can find containers of salt in two
basic types. There is "ordinary" salt (Iess expensive),
then there is "iodized" salt (more expensive). People
encouraged to buy the iodized salt because iodine is an
nutrient in the diet, and lots of folks don't get
enough from other foods.
It has occurred to me that the overall/generic "snacks"
industry is often reviled for selling "junk food" --and a
of that food is rather salty. Perhaps they could improve
their image by using iodized salt in their recipes, instead
of plain ordinary salt. I tend to think that any salty
especially promotes itself as being a "gourmet" or
"premium" type would jump at this Idea.
Too little iodine and ...
As implied in the main text. [Vernon, Nov 18 2013]
||//I tend to think that any salty snack that especially
promotes itself as being a "gourmet" or "premium" type
would jump at this Idea.//
||Except that in the countries where such gourmet or
premium snacks might be purchased, iodine
deficiency has already been effectively eliminated.
||It is not beyond the wit of food
manufacturers to include a substantial
porportion of the RDA of most vitamins,
minerals and trace elements without
affecting the product.
||Breakfast cereal manufacturers have been
doing it for decades.
||At last, pork scratchings make the leap into
the "healthy" category !
||Saltpeter used to be added to lots of foods.
||// used to be added to lots of foods //
||... including "rum and gunpowder*", a beverage with a ... unique ... flavour.
||*We recommend Meal A BP, as even 5F tends to give it a somewhat gritty texture.