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Salt Seller Pink Rock Salt Fine Himalayan 300g

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About Pink Rock Salt Fine Himalayan

One of the finest organic salts in the world, it contains naturally occurring minerals which make it compatible with your body's needs and also give it the rosy-pink hues for which it is famous. The packaging is either jars which can be recycled with other clear PET packaging or corn starch bags which will bio-degrade in your compost.

Colour: Pink

Ingredients

Pink Rock Salt Fine Himalayan ingredients: Whole pink Himalayan mountain salt. Contains Sodium (Na) 392 gm/kg; Chloride (Cl) 598 gm/kg; Calcium (Ca) 1.2 gm/kg; Magnesium (Mg) 0.61 gm/kg; Potassium (K) 2.3 gm/kg; Iodine (I) <.005gm/kg; Zinc (Zn) 0.0008 gm/kg; Iron (Fe) 0.007 gm/kg and many trace elements

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