I want to talk about the cultural significance of Hawaiian salt and dive into how it's made
Kilauea, HI (PRWEB) July 12, 2009
While shopping in a grocery store, it's easy to get bogged down by the amount of seasonings and flavorings that one can find in the aisle, yet most of that seasoning is as bland as water-flavored ice cream. Luckily, entrepreneur Susan Reghi has a solution.
Reghi is the proprietor of http://www.YourIslandSeasonings.com, a year-old website that specializes in Hawaiian sea salt and other island-inspired flavors. Reghi finds that the spices are unique and delicious and wants to share it with the rest of the world.
"I'm interested in promoting Hawaiian agriculture," she said. "I would like to help people enjoy the taste of the islands, so if they've been here, they can remember their experience, or they can discover these flavors for the first time.
With a wide selection of meat rub, chicken seasoning and sea salt, among other spices, Your Island Seasonings is sure to pique interests for people who are looking to "spice" up their recipes.
Another item that Reghi is currently looking into is the world-renowned export that is Hawaiian chocolate.
Along with the possibility of new products, as well as the strength of her current catalog, Reghi has moved into adding a new blog to accompany her web store. As a way to further promote Hawaiian culture, she launched http://www.HawaiianSeaSaltsRubs.com recently.
"I want to talk about the cultural significance of Hawaiian salt and dive into how it's made," she said. "It's going to solidify the Hawaiian culture and experience and add a new dynamic to the islands."
For nearly a year, Your Island Seasonings has steadily been growing and with the inclusion of the new blog, Reghi hopes that people on the mainland will find that there's much more to spices than the same old stuff that is in stores in the lower 48 states.
About the Company:
YourIslandSeasonings.com is a part of S.S. Reghi, LLC, which is owned and operated by Susan Reghi.
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