Natural Salts

Here you will find various types of salts for business customers. These are mainly culinary salts, which can be perfectly combined with the most diverse dishes; fish, meat, vega and more. Natural salt is of natural origin and has a very unique taste. No surprises, flavour enhancers or colourings: as a natural salt wholesaler we offer a natural product, good for people and nature. Do you have your own restaurant, shop or café? Then our natural products are also available under private label.
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  1. African Pearl Salt 2-4 mm Main image
    African Pearl Salt 2-4 mm SKU: 30163-conf
    As low as €2.96 incl. VAT: €3.23
  2. African Snowflakes Salt 0.1-3 mm Main image
    African Snowflakes Salt 0.1-3 mm SKU: 30165-conf
    As low as €2.77 incl. VAT: €3.02
  3. Bamboo Salt Roasted Fine < 0.1 mm Main image
    Bamboo Salt Roasted Fine < 0.1 mm SKU: 30167-conf
    As low as €3.58 incl. VAT: €3.90
  4. Bolivian Rose Salt Fine 0.1-0.3 mm Main image
    Bolivian Rose Salt Fine 0.1-0.3 mm SKU: 30105-conf
    As low as €2.18 incl. VAT: €2.38
  5. Bolivian Rose Salt Granulate 2-4 mm Main image
    Bolivian Rose Salt Granulate 2-4 mm SKU: 30107-conf
    As low as €2.21 incl. VAT: €2.41
  6. Celtic Sea Salt Coarse Dry 2-4 mm Main image
    Celtic Sea Salt Coarse Dry 2-4 mm SKU: 43130-conf
    As low as €2.06 incl. VAT: €2.25
  7. Celtic Sea Salt Coarse Moist 0.8-5 mm Main image
    Celtic Sea Salt Coarse Moist 0.8-5 mm SKU: 30168-conf
    As low as €1.95 incl. VAT: €2.13
  8. Celtic Sea Salt FIne Dry 0-1 mm Main image
    Celtic Sea Salt FIne Dry 0-1 mm SKU: 30170-conf
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    As low as €2.06 incl. VAT: €2.25
  9. Celtic Sea Salt Fleur de Sel Culinary Fine Main image
    Celtic Sea Salt Fleur de Sel Culinary Fine SKU: 30210-conf
    As low as €4.31 incl. VAT: €4.70
  10. Danish Smoke Salt 1-3 mm Main image
    Danish Smoke Salt 1-3 mm SKU: 30127-conf
    As low as €4.71 incl. VAT: €5.13
  11. Dead Sea Salt Fine 0.1 mm Main image
    Dead Sea Salt Fine 0.1 mm SKU: 30142-conf
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    As low as €1.82 incl. VAT: €1.98
  12. Dead Sea Salt Granulate 1.0- 2.5 mm Main image
    Dead Sea Salt Granulate 1.0- 2.5 mm SKU: 30144-conf
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    As low as €1.82 incl. VAT: €1.98
  13. Dead Sea Salt Granulate 2.0-4.0 mm Main image
    Dead Sea Salt Granulate 2.0-4.0 mm SKU: 56890-conf
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  14. Druid Smoked Salt from Danmark Main image
    Druid Smoked Salt from Danmark SKU: 43190-conf
    As low as €12.02 incl. VAT: €13.10
  15. Fleur de Sel Pyramid Salt 2-12 mm Main image
    Fleur de Sel Pyramid Salt 2-12 mm SKU: 30156-conf
    As low as €2.76 incl. VAT: €3.01
  16. German Rock Salt Fine 0.1-0.7 mm Main image
    German Rock Salt Fine 0.1-0.7 mm SKU: 30101-conf
    As low as €1.79 incl. VAT: €1.95
  17. German Rock Salt Granulate 1.7-3.2 mm Main image
    German Rock Salt Granulate 1.7-3.2 mm SKU: 30103-conf
    As low as €1.79 incl. VAT: €1.95
  18. German Smoked Salt (Beech) 1-2 mm Main image
    German Smoked Salt (Beech) 1-2 mm SKU: 45600-conf
    As low as €3.31 incl. VAT: €3.61
  19. Germanic Smoked Salt from Germany Main image
    Germanic Smoked Salt from Germany SKU: 45520-conf
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  20. Halite Salt white Fine 0.3-0.5 mm Main image
    Halite Salt white Fine 0.3-0.5 mm SKU: 30078-conf
    As low as €1.93 incl. VAT: €2.10
  21. Halite Salt white Granulate 2-5 mm Main image
    Halite Salt white Granulate 2-5 mm SKU: 30079-conf
    As low as €1.98 incl. VAT: €2.16
  22. Hawaii Salt Alea Gold Red 1-2 mm Main image
    Hawaii Salt Alea Gold Red 1-2 mm SKU: 30148-conf
    As low as €3.87 incl. VAT: €4.68
  23. Hawaii Salt Bamboo Jade Green 1-2 mm Main image
    Hawaii Salt Bamboo Jade Green 1-2 mm SKU: 30146-conf
    As low as €3.73 incl. VAT: €4.07
  24. Hawaii Salt Lava Black 1-2 mm Main image
    Hawaii Salt Lava Black 1-2 mm SKU: 30150-conf
    As low as €3.87 incl. VAT: €4.68
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Buy sea salt? Sea salt and its many applications

Why buy sea salt?

Buying sea salt is a powerful and tasty alternative to the 'ordinary' table salt you find in the supermarket. Sea salt, as the name suggests, comes from the sea. What is the price of salt? The price of salt depends on the type and the production process.

The mining of sea salt

How is sea salt mined? In a sustainable and ecological way. Mining is done by evaporating seawater in so-called 'salt basins'. The combination of wind and sun forces causes a crust of salt to form, which can then be harvested by machines. Sea salt is mainly extracted in warm regions. The great advantage of sea salt is that the source (seawater) is virtually inexhaustible.

Why buy sea salt?

You buy sea salt because of its coarse grain structure. The sea salt can be used as high quality cooking salt, after it has been rinsed, sieved and then dried. Sea salt consists for the biggest part of sodium and chloride.

However, sea salt contains more different minerals than vacuum salt (table salt), which also mainly consists of sodium and chloride. The mineral composition in sea salt provides a flavour with special nuance.

Buy and use sea salt

You can buy and use sea salt in many ways. This is partly due to the variation in grains. Sea salt is often used in bread products, dairy products, snacks and spice mixes. The advantage over vacuum salt is that no anti-caking agent is used in order to be able to add the salt as an ingredient in other products.

Why is vacuum salt often used as table salt?

That is simple: it is mainly because of the geographical proximity of producers of this type of salt in the Netherlands. Salt is salt' some people will think. Yet there are some differences. Buying sea salt is a must for anyone who loves an explosion of flavour.

What then is stone salt?

Stone salt is a glassy, colourless salt. Stone salt gets its white colour from the cracks and scratches in its coarse texture. The finer the stone salt is, the whiter the colour will be. The difference with sea salt is that stone salt is mined in salt mines. Stone salt is also often used in the Dutch food industry. Buying stone salt is a good alternative to sea salt.

Are sea salt and stone salt really different?

Yes and no. stone salt is also called 'clean sea salt'. Why? Stone salt comes from underground - unaffected - mines and not from polluted bodies of water. In fact, stone salt is the same as sea salt, because it is a layer of sediment that has formed from water from the sea. Rock salt is extracted from the land where the sea used to be. It is mainly used as bath salt for a clean skin and against weeds.

What is Kala Namak salt?

Kala Namak is a very special kind of sea salt, originating from India and black in colour. It is named after the place where it is mined, smells similar to boiled egg and has the aroma of sulphur (it is a volcanic salt). Want to buy Kala Namak? This particular salt is often used in fish dishes, vegetable dishes, fruit salads and various chutneys.

The Magic of Himalayan Salt

Himalayan salt is a natural product from the Himalaya Mountains - the highest chain on earth. Himalayan salt is extracted in Myanmar, China, Pakistan, Nepal, Afghanistan and Bhutan.

The special thing about this salt is that it has a pink tint. It is extracted by hand. Buy Himalayan salt? A wise choice. This salt has a particularly rich flavour and is rich in nutrients such as magnesium, calcium, potassium, borate and strontium.

Kohser salt: what is that?

Kohser salt a salt that was originally used by the Jews as a means to blood from meat (the meat "kosher" to make). It is salt with a relatively coarse texture, also known as 'flakes'. The shape is nothing like that of sea salt or table salt. The taste also differs. Buy Kosher salt? This special salt has a unique taste and a touch of history.

Smoke salt: a Scandinavian seasoning

Smoke salt is, quite literally, smoked salt. It is seen as the ideal seasoning for eggs, meat and vegetables, among others. The smoke aroma is especially delicious with a grilled or roasted piece of meat. Buying smoked salt? An excellent choice: it provides the finishing touch for your fish or meat dish. The aroma is intense and something that no other salt can match.

How is smoked salt made?

The difference between smoke salt and the types of salt discussed above is that smoke salt is a salt that is produced and not mined. The salt only becomes smoke salt after it has been smoked on wood for a period of no less than 160 hours, without interruption. In addition to that, the salt is regularly turned so that the smoke aroma can penetrate deep into the pores.
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