2016 UPDATE: I am sorry to say that I no longer recommend the Sol de Oro burrito sized tortillas. Since this post was written, the sodium content has changed from 140 mg sodium/tortilla to 350 mg. Something similar has also happened with the gorditas. They've gone from 75 mg sodium/tortilla to 180 mg.
I just discovered these today. Usually I totally bypass the flour tortillas display when I'm grocery shopping because most are prohibitively high in sodium. But this was a special display, right in the middle of an aisle. I'd seen it for the last couple of weeks but ignored it. I have no idea why I decided to check it out, but I'm glad I did. The brand name is Sol De Oro and the website is Tortillas4u.com.
The first thing I did was to look at the nutritional label for the Burrito Size (10 inches) Flour Tortillas. Those can run anywhere from 300 to over 600 mg sodium per tortilla. Imagine my surprise when I saw 140 mg for one tortilla. I did a double take and checked the label again. I was sure I had missed something. Then I turned the package over and carefully read the front. The tortillas are "...made with all natural sea salt." Well, I'm not fooled by that. Sea salt, table salt, specialty salt -- it's still sodium. So that alone would not explain the 140 mg. Then I read a line that immediately became near and dear to my heart: NOW LOW SODIUM! The manufacturer purposely made these tortillas with less salt. Amazing! And they're bragging about it! Even more amazing!
If you can't find this brand at a local grocery store, you can order them online. Not all their products are low in sodium, so be sure to check the nutritional information before placing an order. The web store also offers Tostaditas Tortilla Chips which are only 10 mg sodium per 1 oz serving, approximately 11 chips. I was pretty excited about this find and immediately purchased the Burrito Size Flour Tortillas and Whole Wheat Gorditas. It was too late in the afternoon to make burritos, but tomorrow is another day...