Sea Salt

Sel de mer

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

This salt is then harvested, rinsed, wrung out and, depending on its use, dried and ground. The irregular shapes of sea salt crystals are particularly interesting for their clinging power during surface salting.

Contrary to popular belief, our sea salt, once rinsed and wrung out, contains no iodine.

The image of sea salt, recognized by consumers, is of great interest to manufacturers who want to add value to their finished products.

In addition, sea salt production has a positive effect on the environment, helping to maintain biodiversity. Its carbon footprint is also more favorable than the production of refined salt.