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Nissin vows to cut 15% of salt content in Cup Noodles by 2020

Japanese noodle maker expanding low-sodium lineup to entice health-conscious consumers

TOKYO -- Nissin Food Products has announced it will cut the salt content of its popular Cup Noodles by 15% by 2020 to attract health-conscious consumers.

Nissin also plans to urge other domestic instant noodle makers, through instant noodle industrial groups, to reduce salt and compile industry-wide guidelines for low-sodium products.

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