Hawaiian Red Alaea Sea Salt - 1 lb
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Eye-catching and savory Hawaiian Red Sea Salt contains natural, unprocessed sea salt which is rich in minerals. The distinctive orange-red color comes from small amounts of reddish iron oxide-rich Hawaiian volcanic clay (Alaea) which is traditionally added to the salt.

Works great in a salt grinder.  Sprinkle on vegetables, salads, fish, poultry or meats. Put it out conspicuously on the table where it will be sure to get a comment from your dinner guests.

 

Weight 1 lb

 

Product of USA

 

 

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