Here's my grocery list:
Hot Dogs (Abeles & Heymann Reduced Sodium Beef Franks) from SaltWatcher.
Mustard (Temeraire No Salt Added Dijon Mustard & Herlochers Dipping Mustard) from SaltWatcher.
Sauerkraut (B & G - Reduced Sodium - Sauerkraut) from HeartWise Foods
Dill Pickles (B & G - Unsalted - Low Sodium - Crunchy - Kosher Dill Pickles) from HeartWise Foods
Olives (Mario - Low Sodium - Pitted Black - Olives - Medium) from HeartWise Foods
Potato Chips Tim's Unsalted Potato Chips from Raley's, my local grocery store
Ketchup (Heinz No Salt Added Ketchup) from Raley's my local grocery store
So, was it good? Yes! The hot dogs were the most most expensive item because they were shipped over night, frozen and packed in dry ice. But, for a once a year treat, I think they were worth it. This goes to show that you can eat some so-called "forbidden" foods and still maintain a low sodium diet. Every once in a while it's good to just eat some fun food. Labor Day was a perfect time. Summer is ending, and before we know it, it'll be time for stews & soups.
Both SaltWatcher and HeartWise Foods are no longer in business. However, Healthy Heart Market is still going strong. I now order their house brand of NSA pickles, along with Lindsay loso olives, and several brands of NSA mustard. Unfortunately, I have not found good online source for loso hot dogs or sauerkraut.