Pacific Salt Organic Fine Sea Salt, 16-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 6)
- Natural drying process by the sun and wind (13-22 Months)
- Harvested from the clean oceans around New Zealand
- Contains NO additives; Only ingredient, Sea salt
- Not iodized
- Kiwi Kosher Certified
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Even using the silly redefinition of "organic" which took over six years ago, it makes no sense to ask whether salt was "organically grown" -- it's a mineral, for pete's sake! Of course it's not genetically engineered etc. The USDA grudgingly started dealing with "organic" certifications for plants and livestock, but they won't touch claims of "organic salt." Only three organizations (one in France, one in NZ, and one in Wales) with dubious credentials have tried to buy into the "organic" craze by certifying "organic" salt.
Nothing against this salt- I'm sure it's fine. But any other natural sea salt will be just as good. Don't pay extra for a meaningless label.
BE WARNED - it is NOT FINE. I put it in my spice grinder if I need a pinch of fine. It is at least as coarse as the big blue box of coarse kosher salt if not larger and a bit more irregular. That said, it doesn't stop this from being my favorite.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love this product.I Use it daily in place of table salt. Organic is the way to go. Great buy.Published on May 20, 2014 by R.N. 23
I love this salt. The grain is bigger, but I just put it in a mortar and use my pestle to make it a little finer. Read morePublished on July 30, 2013 by AEB
This is good salt; however, it is not a fine grind as described. It has much bigger grains than kosher salt. You still have to grind it to use directly on foods.Published on March 21, 2011 by Dow