5 healthier packaged foods (1/5)
Packaged foods are getting an ingredient list makeover. Here are five companies that are making their packaged foods healthier
Its Lean Cuisine and Stouffer's meals no longer have preservatives, such as sodium benzoate, and Nestlé just launched the preservative-free Sauté Sensations line of frozen meals. Leslie Chester, president of the frozen meals division for Nestlé Canada, says, "We have a checklist: It has to taste great. It has to have no preservatives. It has to meet the Heart and Stroke Foundation Health Check nutritional requirements for sodium [less than 720 mg per serving]. And it should have a minimum of two servings of vegetables per serving."