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No Salt Added Cottage Cheese

mkmccp | Aug 24, 201104:04 PM     5

Was on vacation in Florida, and found some Friendship brand Cottage Cheese NO Salt Added. It was labeled "all natural" and contained 60 mg sodium per 1/2 cup serving. I love cottage cheese, but can do without the usual 400mg sodium per serving in the regular brands (Breakstones, Light-n-Lively) so I really liked this no salt added kind. Trouble is, vacation is over, I am back in the extreme suburbs of Philly (Berks County), and no one carries CC without added salt. Anyone know of a place that sells it up here?

I do occasionally go to a Trader Joes as well as a Whole Foods, but only every other month or so.

Also- have you all read the ingredients in a carton of CC lately? blech, added color (its white, why add color) and preservatives, which I am sure the salt is part of. This Friendship brand had only the basic CC components, no maltodextrin, no vit.A palmitate, none of the crap. Plus less salt, which allows me to add my own seasonings (lemon pepper, old bay, etc)

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