TURNER Mineral Rich Flaky Sea Salt

by Rachel Bliendaure Writer
TURNER Mineral-Rich Flaky Sea Salt pouches come from salt marshes, as do many natural salt options.
Recommended Features
  • Over 80 Trace-Minerals from the New Zealand Ocean
  • Mineral-rich flaky sea salt in a resealable pouch for freshness and convenience
  • Wind and sun-dried all-natural process in New Zealand
  • Healthiest sea salt on the market, containing 84 natural minerals and trace elements
  • Free from microplastics and other common water pollutants
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Review on TURNER Mineral Rich Flaky Sea Salt

All sea salt is not the same... This is absolutely the best Salt I have ever used. It has a soft flaky texture and an incredible flavor.

TURNER Mineral-Rich Flaky Sea Salt contains minerals and trace elements as they occur naturally. Due to the delicate consistency of the sea salt flakes, you can grind them with your fingertips and sprinkle them easily over your food. The taste is exceptionally mild and harmonious, and it unobtrusively emphasizes the inherent flavor of the food, which is why it is a favorite among adults and children.

Conventional salt, such as table salt, undergoes a chemical refining process. Almost all elements that are important for the body, such as iron, zinc, copper, manganese, potassium, magnesium, calcium, etc., are filtered out. As a result, only two elements, sodium, and chloride, now make up supermarket-grade table salt after a refining process, which is also known as sodium chloride. Refined salt, unlike a natural salt such as sea salt, lacks valuable minerals and trace elements. Natural salt or primal salt, on the other hand, is left in its natural, original form.

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TURNER New Zealand
+1 949 622 6181

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