India is the third-largest Salt producing Country in the World with annual production being about 20.31 million tons after China and the USA.

Salt was being imported as the production of salt during 1947 was 1.9 million tones. But today we produce salt to meet its domestic requirement and for exporting.

The main sources of salt in India are
• Sea brine
• Lake brine
• Sub-soil brine and
• Rock salt deposits

Seawater is an inexhaustible source of salt. Salt production along the coast is limited by weather and soil conditions.
•The major salt-producing centers are Marine salt are along the coast of Gujarat, Gujarat is the largest salt producer state of India and third largest in the world. The state contributes 76 percent to the total salt production in India
•Tamil Nadu (Tuticorin, Vedaranyam, Covelong). Tamil Nadu is the second-largest producer of salt in India after Gujarat.
• Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa, and West Bengal.
• Inland Salt Works in Rajasthan using lake brine and sub-soil brine viz. Sambhar Lake, Nawa, Rajas, Kuchhaman, Sujangarh and Phalodi
• Salt works in Rann of Kutch using sub-soil brine viz: Kharaghoda, Dhrangadhra; Santalpur
• Rock Salt Deposits at Mandi in the State of Himachal Pradesh

Why US
Salt in its pure form is divine and made up of two electrolytes – sodium and chloride that help in maintaining the fluid balance in your body. It also helps regulate your blood pressure.
Nowadays salt we consume is not the same salt which we consumed before, as salt has sodium scare due to intense bleaching and refining that salt. The regular table salt sitting beside your plate may not be as healthy as you think rather it has become a commercial factory-made product.

We would like to offer the best salt which is healthy and full of minerals

Salt

India is the third-largest Salt producing Country in the World with annual production being about 20.31 million tons after China and the USA.

Salt was being imported as the production of salt during 1947 was 1.9 million tones. But today we produce salt to meet its domestic requirement and for exporting.

The main sources of salt in India are
• Sea brine
• Lake brine
• Sub-soil brine and
• Rock salt deposits

Seawater is an inexhaustible source of salt. Salt production along the coast is limited by weather and soil conditions.
•The major salt-producing centers are Marine salt are along the coast of Gujarat, Gujarat is the largest salt producer state of India and third largest in the world. The state contributes 76 percent to the total salt production in India
•Tamil Nadu (Tuticorin, Vedaranyam, Covelong). Tamil Nadu is the second-largest producer of salt in India after Gujarat.
• Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa, and West Bengal.
• Inland Salt Works in Rajasthan using lake brine and sub-soil brine viz. Sambhar Lake, Nawa, Rajas, Kuchhaman, Sujangarh and Phalodi
• Salt works in Rann of Kutch using sub-soil brine viz: Kharaghoda, Dhrangadhra; Santalpur
• Rock Salt Deposits at Mandi in the State of Himachal Pradesh

Why US
Salt in its pure form is divine and made up of two electrolytes – sodium and chloride that help in maintaining the fluid balance in your body. It also helps regulate your blood pressure.
Nowadays salt we consume is not the same salt which we consumed before, as salt has sodium scare due to intense bleaching and refining that salt. The regular table salt sitting beside your plate may not be as healthy as you think rather it has become a commercial factory-made product.

We would like to offer the best salt which is healthy and full of minerals

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