Boston Market Low Sodium Choices

by Gerry Aire

ENTREES with 50% or less of the US daily value for sodium:

meatloaf, regular, sodium 45%
pot pie: chicken, sodium 50%
roast beef brisket, regular, sodium 25% (large, 40%)
chicken: rotisserie, half chicken, sodium 50%
chicken: rotisserie, quarter, dark meat, sodium 25%
chicken: rotisserie, quarter, white meat, sodium 30%
chicken: rotisserie, 2 thighs and 1 drumstick, sodium 45% (skinless, 30%)
salad: caesar, sodium 45%
salad: mediterranean, sodium 50%
salad: southwest santa fe, sodium 35%
soup: chicken noodle, sodium 50%
turkey breast, regular, sodium 30% (large, 40%)

Note: if you remove the skin from chicken, you will greatly reduce the sodium, fat and calories.

SIDES with 25% or less of the US daily value for sodium:

cinnamon apples, sodium 10%
cornbread, sodium 15%
crackers, sodium 6%
dip: spinach & artichoke, sodium 20%
fresh steamed vegetables, sodium 6%
fresh vegetable stuffing, sodium 25%
green bean casserole, sodium 25%
green beans, sodium 8%
potatoes: garlic dill, sodium less than 5%
potatoes: mashed, sodium 20%
rice pilaf, sodium 25%
salad: caesar side, sodium 20%
spinach: creamed, sodium 20%
spinach: garlicky lemon, sodium 20%
sweet corn, sodium less than 5%
sweet potato casserole, sodium 9%

Order from this list and eat with confidence — I’ve filtered out the super-salty stuff for you. Just remember to watch portion sizes, and total sodium per meal. Overall, try to limit fast foods in your diet — eat mostly home-cooked meals for better health. Figures listed above are approximate. Like this page? Bookmark it, and come back when you need it.

see low-sodium choices at other fast food restaurants