Offer - Reflets de France Guerande Fine Salt 250g
Price per 100g: £1.02
Guerande Finely Ground Sea Salt.
The Guerande finely ground sea salt is mined by the salt workers in the salterns. Sea water enters the salterns at high tide. It progresses slowly then gradually settles producing a concentration of salt which continues under the sun and wind until saturation point and until the sodium chloride forms crystals. The salt worker then collects the grey coarse salt by scraping with a type of wooden rake. The salt is then dripped dry firstly in the fresh air and then finely ground down in the salt granaries.
Reflets de France
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100% Guerande Salt
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