Pink Salt, Premier

Salt Blend
12 oz (340 g)
Premium Blend of Unrefined Sea Salts with Hawaiian Volcanic Clay
  • Features two premium, untreated, unheated, solar-dried sea salts
  • Pure Australian sea salt and pink Alaea Hawaiian sea salt
  • Supplies critical trace elements*
  • No "anti-clumping" agents as commonly added to regular table salt

 

A Premium Blend of Unrefined Sea Salts
for Everyday Use 

No Anti-Clumping Agents or Additives

12 oz / container

Price: $18.61
In stock
$18.61

Serving Size 1/8 Teaspoon (0.6 g)
Servings Per Container 566

  • Calories 0
  • Total Fat 0 g
  • Sodium 230 mg
  • Total Carbohydrate 0 mg
  • Protein 0 g
Ingredients: Australian Sea Salt, Pink Alaea Hawaiian Sea Salt with Alaea red clay

Use Premier Pink Salt daily in place of regular table salt, to add robust flavor to foods and drinks for the whole family.

Technical Bulletin

Use Premier Pink Salt daily in place of regular table salt to add robust flavor to foods and drinks for the whole family. Premier Pink Salt is a blend of two premium, untreated, solar-dried sea salts which deliver critical trace elements.

The first hearty sea salt comes from the cool, blue, unpolluted waters of the Australian Sea using the oldest method of obtaining salt: solar evaporation. Sea water is transferred through a series of evaporation ponds, while the hot, dry climate and gentle breezes hasten the evaporation process leaving behind only sparkling white salt crystals, containing valuable trace elements (not found in regular table salt).

The second premium salt is pink Alaea Hawaiian sea salt. Over the centuries, this gourmet, solar-dried sea salt has been traditionally mixed with health-promoting, pink Alaea clay from the Hawaiian islands, giving the salt a slightly pink color, naturally dense in trace elements. It is known as a sacred health salt by the ancient Hawaiians.

We do not use flowing or “anti-clumping” agents commonly added to regular table salt such as aluminum hydroxide, refined sugar, stearic acid, sodium ferrocyanide, calcium phosphate and other undesirable additives.

Since ancient times, salt has been revered as a precious mineral – once traded ounce per ounce for gold. Salt has played an important role throughout history and was even used as currency in Roman times.

This salt does not supply iodide, a necessary nutrient.

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