With a growing concern for one’s health, consumers are focused on salt. However, for healthy people, salt-reduced food had received little attention. In 2015, the Japanese government mentioned that for Japanese men, the preferred content of salt is 8g per day, and 7g for Japanese women, and these strict targets have stimulated consumers. The development of salt-reduced food, including typical Japanese ingredients and food, such as miso, soy source, pickles and noodles, have become very active at the moment. A number of exhibitors will showcase these salt-reduced ingredients at FiT Japan 2017, and special presentations related to salt-reduced ingredients will be offered.