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With more than 1,000 miles of coastline, we have access to the cleanest water from the Sunshine State, and have recently forged partnerships with makers throughout the world as we continue to thoughtfully grow our business. Regardless of where the water is harvested, our process stays the same: small batches that are slowly crafted. We don’t use any anti-clumping agents or other chemicals. Our aim is to maintain all the beautiful, natural minerals our bodies need and crave.

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Only the cleanest and best water is harvested to make the purest and finest tasting salts. Pure sea salt is moister and brinier than some of the sea salts you may find on the shelves. At Florida Pure Sea Salt, you won’t find things like bleaching agents, iodine, calcium silicate, sodium ferrocyanide, or other anti-clumping agents. All of our salts are made in small batches in order to closely monitor the process.

In the end, our mission is to create a quality product you choose to share with family and friends, as well as do our part in protecting our water ways, with integrity.





Salt is essential for a healthy mind and body, and is ingrained within human history. From being used as a form of currency to protecting certain types of foods allowing for long distance travel to become reality, salt has been a key part in our past and our present.

Salt contains about 80 mineral elements that the body needs.

Salt is essential to your body. It is important for the functioning of your brain and your nervous system. A lack of salt can be fatal and, if you drink too much water, you can actually flush the salt out of your system and cause a life threatening condition called hyponatremia.



Fruits and vegetables are nearly salt-free. This means that a vegetarian diet will eventually create an anemic condition and other salt-starvation diseases. That is why many vegetarians crave salty snack foods. Only when salt is added to fruits and vegetables can saliva and gastric secretions readily break down carbohydrates.

According to a superstition, spilling salt can cause bad luck — an idea that may have originated with Leonardo da Vinci’s painting “The Last Supper,” which shows Judas knocking over a container of salt.

The word ‘salary’ comes from the Latin word for ‘salt,’ not, as has often been thought, because Roman soldiers were paid in salt, but because they used to buy salt with the money they were paid.


 In Nelson Mandela’s historic inaugural speech on May 10, 1994 he said, “Let there be justice for all. Let there be peace for all. Let there be work, bread, water and salt for all.” Salt kills fleas. If your dog or cat has brought fleas into your home, lightly sprinkle salt over your carpets, leave it on for 12 hours and then vacuum it up. This process will kill the fleas. Only 6% of the U.S. manufacturing of salt is used in food, the rest is used in industrial processes, and over 15% is used to treat the streets every year to prevent against ice.


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