Saltworks Products Reviewed in Slate Article

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Saltworks gourmet salts were on display last week in Slate magazine. In the article 'Worth One's Salt" the magazine compared nine products for taste, packaging and value - of the nine, four were Saltworks products:

Our La Baleine Sea Salt was cited for its 'reasonable price' and called 'an excellent addition to your outdoor grilling area'.

For those who want to make a step up, Slate recommended

Ravida Sea Salt for use on grilled meats, in salads and on fresh tomatoes, or anywhere 'a noticeable crunch is desired'. The big crystals make this salt a texture and taste experience.

Camargue Fleur de Sel, won added points because of the salt's delightful fragrance. One reviewer described it as 'pure and warm like a Santa Ana wind'. This salt's perfect for steak or French fries.

When nothing but the finest is required, though, try

M Gilles Hervy Fleur de Sel. This salt is light and crunchy, exquisite on fresh vegetables and meats alike. Hand harvested in Brittany, it's a true gourmet experience.

"Saltworks has always tried to be a resource, as well as an online store," Mark Zoske, company owner, said, "and we're glad Slate is profiling so many of our products."

Saltwork supplies premium grade salts to the wholesale, retail, and consumer markets throughout North America. Customers range from individuals who order by the pound, to manufacturers, restaurants, food co-ops, and health food stores, who order by the pallet. While SaltWorks, Inc. is known for its wide selection of highly sought-after varieties of gourmet sea salt, the company’s pricing is equally popular among retail consumers and bulk buyers. Zoske buys from the source, striking deals with small French salt farms and Dead Sea salt producers in Israel alike.

Products include Dead Sea salt and other bath salts, as well as a full range of

gourmet salts.

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