Bolivian Rose Salt Granulate 2-4 mm
For millions of years, Bolivian rose salt has been located on the high plains of the Andes Mountains in western Bolivia and protected from environmental influences by a thick volcanic layer. Bolivian salt is on its way to finding its way into the most renowned kitchens of the world. Bolivian rock salt, which resembles a rose quartz stone, is harvested by hand. The rose salt is still transported to the lowlands by the ancient caravan paths of the Incas.
Colour and taste
The beautiful and unmistakable pink colour is owed to the salt's particularly high iron content. Bolivian rose salt contains numerous minerals such as calcium, potassium and magnesium. These minerals give the rock salt a pure, natural and mild taste. The salt can be used with poultry, fish, meat and vegetable dishes.
- 98.2% NaCI
- 0.48% Ca.
- 0.12% Mg.
- <0.1 mg Zinc.
- 0.43% Potassium
- 33 mg. Fe.
Premium Bolivian Rose Salt Granulate 2-4 mm
Bolivian Rose Salt Granulate 2-4 mm from VehGro is a product of premium quality. This product has been created with an eye and care for people and nature.
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|Ingredients||Bolivian Rose Salt|
|Vitamins and Minerals||Iron, Potassium, Magnesium, Zinc|
|Special Characteristics||100% Natural, Conventional|
|Country of cultivation||Bolivia|
|Private Label possible?||Yes|