Since 1817 the Dickinson ancestors have been harvesting Salt from the Kanawha Valley in West Virginia. The Salt is a Sea Salt that was trapped beneath the Appalachian mountains over 400 million years ago; the untouched sea (Iapetus Ocean) predates the Atlantic Ocean.
The Natural Salt is removed from the earth as a brine and dried by a solar evaporation process; it contains no heavy metals, such as arsenic, lead, or mercury.
The rare Natural Sea Salt generation procedure is organic, and keeps waste to a minimum; the liquid Nigari, a by-product of the salt making process has no additives. Nigari is used for making tofu and fresh cheese. The minerals found in the Nigari are calcium, magnesium, and potassium.
If your searching for a traditional looking wooden lidded Salt Box in which salt is kept, they have one. The 5.5″ L x 4.5″ W x 3.25″ High Salt Box is made from reclaimed wood and can hold a 1 lb bag of salt.
You can shop for their salt online or visit the Where to Buy link below.
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