Product InformationSaxa Sea Salt CoarseDescriptionSaxa Rock Salt is a type of coarse salt that is sourced from natural salt deposits, often from ancient underground mines or rock salt formations. It is known for its large, irregularly shaped crystals and its distinct mineral flavor.NutritionIngredients: Rock Salt (100%)Typical ValuesAs Sold 100g Provides:EnergyN/AFatN/ACarbohydratesN/ASugarN/AProteinN/ASaltN/AStorageStore in a cool dry placePackage InformationComes in a plastic containerUsageHere are some common uses of rock salt:Deicing and Winter Road Maintenance: Rock salt is widely used for deicing roads and highways during winter. It helps melt ice and snow, improving traction and making the roads safer for vehicles.Water Softening: Rock salt is used in water softening systems to remove hardness minerals, such as calcium and magnesium, from water. It helps prevent the buildup of scale in pipes and appliances, improving their efficiency and lifespan.Food Preservation: Rock salt is used in the preservation of food, such as curing meats and fish. It draws out moisture from the food, inhibiting the growth of bacteria and preserving the food's freshness.Brine Production: Rock salt is used in the production of brine, a solution of salt and water. Brine is used for various purposes, including preserving and pickling food, as a flavor enhancer, and in some industrial processes.Animal Salt Licks: Rock salt blocks or licks are often provided to livestock and other animals to supplement their diet with essential minerals, such as sodium and trace minerals.Industrial Processes: Rock salt is used in various industrial processes, including chemical manufacturing, dyeing textiles, tanning leather, and producing chlorine and caustic soda.Bath and Beauty Products: Crushed rock salt is used in bath salts, scrubs, and exfoliating products to help remove dead skin cells and promote smooth and healthy skin.Decorative Purposes: Rock salt crystals are sometimes used for decorative purposes, such as in salt lamps, salt caves, and as a landscaping element in gardens and pathways.PreparationJust sprinkle over dishes while cookingOther InformationRock salt, scientifically known as halite, is formed from the evaporation of ancient bodies of water, such as salt lakes or seas. Over time, the water evaporates, leaving behind salt deposits that eventually solidify into rock salt.DisclaimerThis page serves as a summary for information purposes only, and is designed to enhance your shopping experience on the website. While we have taken care in preparing this summary and believe it is accurate, it is not a substitute for your reading the product packaging and label prior to use. You should be aware that products and their ingredients are subject to change. If you do require precise ingredient information you should consult the manufacturer, whose contact details will appear on the packaging or label. Niyis Limited is therefore unable to accept liability for any incorrect information. If the description of the product on this page contains a link to another party's website for further information on the product, please note that Niyis Limited has no control over and cannot be hold responsible for the contents of that website. You should also note that the picture images show only serving suggestions of how to prepare your food - all table accessories and additional items and/or ingredients pictured with the product you are purchasing are not included. This data is supplied for personal use only. It may not be reproduced in any way whatsoever without Niyis Limited's prior consent, nor without due acknowledgement.