Sea salt

Sea salt

Under the combined effect of the sun and the wind, the natural evaporation of sea water on a salt marsh leads to the crystallization of sea salt.

The salt is then harvested, rinsed, drained and, depending on how it is to be used, dried and crushed. Sea salt crystals are irregularly shaped, which gives them a sticking power that is of particular interest for surface salting.

Contrary to certain received ideas, our sea salt no longer contains iodine once it has been rinsed and drained.

The consumer image of sea salt is of considerable interest to manufacturers seeking to promote their finished products.

In addition, sea salt production has a positive effect on the environment as it helps to maintain biodiversity. Its carbon footprint is also more favourable than that of refined salt production.


  • LA BALEINE

    La Baleine

    • • The naturally white, shiny sea salt
    • - Fine salt
    • - Dried coarse salt
    • - Drained coarse salt
    • - Drained coarse salt
    • - Marine minerals (50% less sodium)
  • LE SAUNIER DE CAMARGUE

    Le Saunier de Camargue

    • • Harvested in the Camargue, this additive-free sea salt is particularly suitable for making Natural or Organic products. You can also promote the origin of the salt to your customers.
    • - Fine salt
    • - Dried coarse salt
    • - Drained coarse salt
    • - Fine nitrite curing salt
    • - Fleur de Sel