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2010_02_salt.jpgFollowing Mayor Bloomberg's initiative to get food producers, fast food companies, and restaurants to voluntarily reduce salt levels in food by 25 percent, the Times tests dishes from Momo Milk, The Standard Grill, Shake Shack, and others to see what damage they do in the sodium chloride department. The heaviest hitters: a large Manhattan clam chowder from the Grand Central Oyster Bar clocking in with 3,100 milligrams and Katz's corned beef sandwich with 3,100. 2,400 is the daily recommended intake. [NYT]

Grand Central Oyster Bar

89 East 42nd Street, Manhattan, NY 10017 (212) 490-6650 Visit Website

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