Despite the numerous assurances on that page, it is indeed very high in salt. People with high blood pressure should be careful, and just people in general. No one healthy is going to *need* salt in such a concentration (despite the note that people need sodium, in America at least we get plenty, i.e. way more than we need, from our daily diets and do not need another source; after extreme exertion and profuse sweating electrolyte balance may be off, and then a supplement may be beneficial, but most of us are not extreme athletes), which the site seemed to imply.
I don't think, despite the "low sugar", it should be an everyday food, like regular popsicles shouldn't. But then, I think that the vast majority of "common foods" listed on that page for comparisons are also rather unhealthy!
Obviously it's a biased source of information, though, since they're trying to sell a product.
The juice is higher
in sodium than the pickles themselves (it's the brine and vinegar which they're soaked in), which I don't see the nutritional information for on there.
Anyway, as long as one acknowledges it as a sometimes treat, not pretending it's a healthy alternative to popsicles, it's all good. XD I certainly love pickles! Not sure about the juice though....