As a guide, our seasonings/spices contain between 30 and 50% salt – if you used only a light sprinkle, the amount of salt per meal would be very little. Our sauces and dressings generally contain less than 2% salt. Our seasonings have not been developed to specifically tailor for people with hypertension, but you can cut your salt intake considerably by using our Seasonings in place of regular salt. We recommend that they be used sparingly by people with hypertension. We have recently worked on the salt levels of most of our products, and have reduced the salt as much as possible without losing the taste. There are salt replacers available, but in all honesty it’s usually just potassium chloride or a blend thereof, and this gives a bitter, inferior aftertaste. Our recommendation is to rather use the seasonings and spices sparingly, as we specifically designed them to be intensely flavoured at low dosages. People often add salt because they want flavour, we provide the flavour. We have over 100 lines in our range, the majority of which carry nutritional information on the labels, which includes the sodium content per 100g and a serving size. It is unfortunately very difficult to give an indication of how much salt is consumed per product, as it would ultimately depend on how much of the various products you use/consume. In our Seasoning/Spice range, the two variants which contain the least amount of salt would be the Italian Cheese Sprinkle and the Cajun Spice. The Rosemary & Olive Seasoning is made with dried olives – because the salt content in preserved olives is high, this variant is perhaps best avoided or used very sparingly.