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New salt substitute claims to help flavor profile


December 4, 2008
By FoodQualityNews.com

Dec. 4, 2008 – Redpoint Bio Corporation says it has filed for
patents for a new low-sodium salt substitute it has developed and is
now looking for a company to license the technology and the know-how.

Dec. 4, 2008 – Redpoint Bio Corporation says it has filed for
patents for a new low-sodium salt substitute it has developed and is
now looking for a company to license the technology and the know-how.


The company claims its new product, called Betrasalt, can help improve
the flavor profile compared to another salt substitute, potassium
chloride, which is a commonly used.

Potassium chloride is anecdotally regarded by some in the food industry
as having an undesirable bitter and metallic aftertaste. | FULL STORY

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