Packing a turkey sandwich in your kid’s lunchbox, or serving up bacon or hot dogs?
When shopping for processed meats, many health-conscious consumers look for products with words like “no nitrates added” or “uncured” on the packaging. But we may have been misled, experts say.
A new report finds that deli meats with those labels actually contain similar levels of nitrates as meats that don’t carry these labels.
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