Salt from France , French Sea Salt

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Fleur de Sel from Camargue - French Natural Sea Salt - 4.4oz
Imported from France All Natural Cork Top Sealed to ensure Freshness
$11.75
Natural Fine Grey Sea Salt 17.5 oz.
Sel Fin - 17.5 oz/500 gr Sel Marin de Noirmoutier, France.
$5.75
Atlantic Grey Coarse Sea Salt from Guerande - 2.2Lbs - (Pack of 2)
To use for Cooking soup, stew, vegetables , pasta.
$21.25
Noirmoutier Natural Coarse Grey Sea Salt 35 oz.
100% Natural Sea Salt from Noirmoutier Island, France. Ingredients: Noirmoutier sea salt
$5.50
Fine Sea Salt 4.4 oz.
French natural fine sea salt in shaker
$3.75
Fleur de Sel de Guerande Sea Salt
Fleur de sel
$14.95
Natural Ground Grey Sea Salt 4.4 oz.
100% Natural Sea Salt from Noirmoutier Island, France. Ingredients: Natural French sea salt. Great for a gourmet sea salt gift.
$4.15
Fleur de sel, Flower of salt , 250 GR , refill bag
This flower of salt (Fleur De Sel) is sought out by the world’s finest chefs for its consistency and naturally rich flavor. You will notice the enhanced flavor it adds to food. Best value for the quantity .
$13.95

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There are four active artisan salt producing regions in France: Guérande, Ile de Noirmoutier, Ile de Ré, and Camargue. The first three are located in central-western France. Guérande and the island of Noirmoutier are on the Atlantic Ocean, near the mouth of the Loire River. This area was settled by the Vikings and used as a base to push further into the Loire valley. It is believed that these Vikings constructed the first artifical salt pans in the area in the 9th or 10th centuries. Ile de Ré is a long, thin island a little bigger than Brooklyn about 60km south of Guérande. Camargue has a different heritage. It is located in southern France, where the Rhone river meets the Mediterranean Sea. Salt has been harvested from the sea at Camargue since at least 400 BC, and was later improved as a saltworks by the Romans. In the Middle Ages, the salt pans were sources of wealth for many Cistercian monks. Today, each area produces its own unique salt using traditional methods. The salts of Guérande are mineral-rich and briny; Noirmoutier fleur de sel has the finest grains; salt from Camargue has the brightest, whitest color. Each is a high quality sea salt with its own character.

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