Cornish Sea Salt Original Crystals, 75g

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£26.40/kg

A neat little 75g pot, the pure, brilliantly white, flaky Cornish sea salt crystals melt in the mouth and add real flavour intensity to your bread and any other foods you like to make.

The Cornish Sea Salt Company has developed a very natural process that blends age-old traditions with some innovative and energy-efficient technology which has no effect on the marine ecology or environment.

The pure, brilliantly white, flaky Cornish sea salt crystals melt in the mouth and add real flavour intensity to your bread and any other foods you like to make. Pure sea salt retains over sixty naturally-occurring essential trace elements and has an intensity of flavour that delivers more taste for less salt, making it a tastier and healthier alternative to traditional table salt.

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