MV Sea Salt is more moist and brinier than most the sea salts. It tastes like Martha’s Vineyard. Really. It does.

Sea + Sun = Salt

MV Sea Salt is a Raw, Natural Salt

“Raw” means the Atlantic Ocean from which the salt is derived. Our salt is not artificially dried by being boiled nor heated to more the 115 degrees Fahrenheit. Instead we rely on a solar drying process.

Contains Zero Yucky Stuff

MV Sea Salt natural, not amended with anti-caking* or drying agents, bleach or fluoride. Yuck. Open Atlantic Ocean water is filtered at 50 microns to remove sand, shells, small sea creatures before being set out in large, covered ponds to dry. When the water has evaporated the resulting sea salt is scooped and packaged. 

What Trace Minerals are in MV Sea Salt?

MV Sea Salt has been tested for trace mineral content and surprisingly, although it shouldn’t really be surprising, the results have varied depending on the season. We surmise the difference have to do with migrating sea life and the flow of the ocean, itself.

Herein, the latest findings:

Chloride 60.5 % (wb) Copper ND mg/100g Iron 0.6 mg/100g Magnesium 2570 mg/100g Phosphorous 1.5 mg/100g Potassium 828 mg/100g Selenium 6.9 mg/100 Zinc ND mg/100

Findings Source >>

Is MV Sea Salt Organic?

Many ask, “Is Martha’s Vineyard Sea Salt Certified Organic?” and the answer is that the United States Department of Agriculture does not grade sea salt.

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