Salt Display Kit
Use the Salt Display Kit to show your audience how much salt is in the foods they eat. One visual glance will educate them forever about which foods are high in sodium and which foods are low in sodium.
Promote awareness of the amount of sodium in different popular foods with our Salt Display Kit! This complete kit will get you on your way to a successful and impactful lesson.
We have put it together just for you.
Set the two How Much Salt Is In That? posters on a table with a salt shaker next to each photo to show your audience the amount of salt in each food, then display the Low Sodium Choices poster on the table-top easel for a complete lesson. Quick and easy set up means more time for teaching.
Both of the How Much Salt in That? posters have measuring directions so you or your helpers can measure the salt into the shaker. Since the shakers are only .5 ounces 1 teaspoon will look significant - it is a lot more shakes than what they would put in their own food!
75% of the sodium consumed comes from processed foods and meals eaten away from home, not the salt shaker. So there is another lesson learned by using a salt shaker for a visual! Great discussions are generated and everyone stays interested and engaged.
- How Much Salt Is In That? Freezer & Restaurant Meals 12x18" Poster, Laminated
- How Much Salt Is In That? Grains & Bottles, Boxes, Cans, Deli, Jars 12x18" Poster, Laminated
- Low Sodium Choices 12x18" Poster, Laminated
- Poster Easel kit for table top display - added to cart as free gift
- 12 mini 0.5 ounce salt shakers that hold up to 3 teaspoons of salt - added to cart as free gift
This kit offers a lot of versatility:
- Each poster has directions for how many grams of sodium are found in a teaspoon of salt. You can also use these as standalone posters on any wall.
- Simply add salt to the shakers next to each item on the posters so people can get a realistic visual education about how much salt is in processed foods that most people eat on a regular basis.
- Since the shakers only hold .5 ounces even a half teaspoon looks significant. And it is!
- You can also use the shakers to show how much sodium is in the average person's day (about 3600 mg) versus the recommended amounts (1500, 2300 mg).
- There are so many ways you can use your shakers. You will have to purchase salt and add it to the shakers but you can even get your participants to do this for you.
- Plus they can have fun trying to shake out a teaspoon of sodium. Imagine the looks on their faces when they realize there are over 20 shakes of salt in their favorite foods!
One glance at your display will get them on the right track forever.
- The posters organize the processed foods in a realistic fashion: grains, cans, bottles, jars, frozen and restaurant food.
- The poster that shows the low-sodium choices gives the lowest sodium foods in each food group: fruits, vegetables, grains, protein, dairy and flavoring agents like lemons, vinegars and herbs.
These posters are all designed by Food and Health Communications, Inc. and are one of a kind!