Barbecue pork was among the popular foods found to contain high levels of salt by the Consumer Council. Photo: Felix Wong Barbecue pork was among the popular foods found to contain high levels of salt by the Consumer Council. Photo: Felix Wong
Barbecue pork was among the popular foods found to contain high levels of salt by the Consumer Council. Photo: Felix Wong

Hongkongers told to cut back on food favourites and ditch the sauce, in Consumer Council health warning

  • Meal from restaurant in Sheung Wan could have about 2,400mg of sodium, more than World Health Organisation’s recommended daily intake
  • Adding sauce to barbecue pork or goose dish increased sodium levels by as much as 38 per cent

Topic |   Consumer protection in Hong Kong
Barbecue pork was among the popular foods found to contain high levels of salt by the Consumer Council. Photo: Felix Wong Barbecue pork was among the popular foods found to contain high levels of salt by the Consumer Council. Photo: Felix Wong
Barbecue pork was among the popular foods found to contain high levels of salt by the Consumer Council. Photo: Felix Wong
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