Pure Himalayan salt is a beautiful rosy pink salt, found in only
Pakistan, and boasts a delicate ;avor. It contains important trace
minerals, including calcium, potassium, and magnesium. Correctly
processed high-quality Himalayan salt will be in a narrow range of
colors from clear, white, pale rose to brick red.
Himalayan salt that contains foreign material is much more
susceptible to a recall. It is the buyer’s responsibility to be aware of
exactly what is in their salt. When buying Himalayan salt, be vigilant,
be aware and ask questions. Take a close look at the salt – Is it clean?
Is it food grade?
You and your customers deserve the cleanest, purest, and safest
Salt Works® is the largest and most trusted source for Optically
Clean® Himalayan salt, perfecting over 30 million pounds in the last
15 years. ;e company’s Ancient Ocean® Himalayan salt is the cleanest,
most rigidly and thoroughly inspected salt available in the world.
Salt is salt, right? Think again.
It’s reasonable to believe every container of salt contains just
what’s on the label. It’s even more reasonable to believe that, in
today’s food-safety conscious world, the salt we buy ; and put in
and on our food ; is pure, safe, and has gone through rigorous
Consumers, restaurants, food processors, and wholesalers are
o;en unaware that their salt contains unwanted impurities. ;e worst
o;enders are importers that sell unprocessed Himalayan salt.
;ere is a loophole that many in unscrupulous importers use to
sell salt that is not food grade and will never be properly cleaned or
inspected before it is delivered to your facility. ;is is because salt can
come into the country with, at most, a glancing inspection as a bulk ingredient destined for further processing but never receives the proper
and necessary processing. ;e salt on your store shelf, in your facility
or in your private label product could contain contaminants from
rocks/clay to metal bits to other foreign ma;er.
Most importers do not know how to properly clean their Himalayan salt and are not in compliance with GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) safety and quality standards. Some of it is downright
;lthy. O;en, such impurities are readily detectable by the naked eye
with opaque and o;-color bits of foreign ma;er.
SALT SAFETY INSIGHTS
All is not Rosy
with Himalayan Salt.
Learn how Salt Works produces the best
Himalayan Salt available
ACTUAL STORE BOUGHT JAR COMPARISON
Optically Clean® Not Clean
Himalayan Pink Salt:
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QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR SALT SUPPLIER:
1. Is their Himalayan salt processed in Pakistan or the U.S.?
2. Are they registered with the FDA and in compliance with new FSMA regulations?
3. Is their salt Organic Compliant?
4. Is the facility third-party audited and by what certifying body?
5. What other food safety certifications do they hold?