Monthly Archives: July 2010
Absolutely! In addition to its unique protection from pollutants in today’s oceans, Real Salt won Best of Show in a professional taste test of top gourmet natural salts. But you don’t have to take our word for it — experience the Real Salt® difference yourself! Take the Real Salt taste test…First taste Real Salt, then try [...]
Real Salt is nature’s first sea salt. During the earth’s Jurassic era, a sea covered much of what is now North America. Over time the water in this sea evaporated, leaving the salt in a vast deposit in central Utah. Eventually a range of volcanoes erupted around the ancient seabed, sealing the salt and trace [...]
Even when used liberally, a family of four will likely use only one 26 oz. pouch of Real Salt® every five to six months. So actually, the daily cost of Real Salt® is less than a penny. Given the high cost of food these days and the fact that salt is the primary ingredient responsible [...]
Real Salt is an all-natural sea salt taken from an ancient sea bed in Central Utah. Since none of us were around to tell you exactly how the salt deposit formed, we turned to geologists for answers. According to geologists, the Real Salt deposit is the remnant of an ancient inland sea, probably part of what [...]
Real Salt’s unique “pinkish” appearance and flecks of color come from more than 60 natural trace minerals, including iodine. By contrast, other common “table salts” are white because of bleaching and refining. We had an independent lab create a Real Salt Mineral Analysis to determine which trace minerals appear in Real Salt.
As its name implies, Redmond Real Salt® is, well, real salt. “Real salt, as opposed to what?” Very simply, Real Salt® as opposed to the “salt” most people unsuspectingly use. It may surprise many people, but in its natural form, salt is not sparkly white or free flowing. Actually, the “table salt” and many sea salts [...]