Half Czech bread and rolls contain excessive salt, says consumer group


Half the bread and bread rolls produced in the Czech Republic contain more the recommended level of salt, according to the consumer group Vím, co jím a piju (I Know What I Eat and Drink). Tests it carried out found that showed that ordinary white rohlík rolls and brown bread with caraway seeds were most likely to have salt levels above those recommended by the World Health Organization. A representative of Vím, co jím a piju Czechs consumed three times the five grammes of salt a day recommended by the WHO.