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Utah Sweet Salt - Crystals
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Utah Sweet Salt - Crystals
Utah Sweet Salt - Crystals

Utah Sweet Salt - Crystals



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This salt comes from the Redmond mines located in northwest Utah (USA). It is a prehistoric salt from the rock, free from any pollution. Resembling candy sugar, it is not necessarily sweet but it remains very soft and delicately melts in the mouth.

  • Net weight : 165g


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According to geologists, the Redmond salt deposit is the remnant of an ancient inland sea, probably part of what they call the Sundance Sea, which places the deposit in the period Jurassic. Over time, the salt that settled to the bottom of the sea was trapped in the earth and then pushed near the surface near the town of Redmond, Utah.< /span>

Deposition occurs with over 60 naturally occurring trace minerals, which give salt its unique color, unique flavor, and many health benefits. Because this deposit comes from an ancient seabed, nature created the salt long before the earth suffered from the pollution or contaminants that plague our oceans today.< /span>

Utah Sweet Salt - Crystals Max Daumin - History


A long journey

Redmond's story begins in 1958, when a prolonged drought forced two brothers to abandon their farm in central Utah. Realizing that Native Americans had once harvested salt from their farmlands, Milo and Lamar Bosshardt borrowed some money and went into the salt business with little more than hammers, picks and a determination to support the needs of their families. Their salt deposit, the result of prehistoric volcanic activity that locked up an ancient seabed, provided a naturally balanced mineral salt that local ranchers attributed to healthier herds.
As the salt's reputation grew, the Bosshardt brothers purchased land from their neighbors, giving them access to the entire deposit, estimated to be several thousand feet below the earth's surface.

Utah Sweet Salt - Crystals Max Daumin - Origins