7 Salts of the Earth
Another another incredibly exclusive interview conducted by the ever-so-sly Fearless Fox. This time about salt.
Fearless Fox: Hey, we're back to talk about 7 Salts of the Earth. Why does one need seven salts?
Buyer: Well, seven is a lucky number. But that’s not why we chose seven salts. We’d seen salt gift sets selling elsewhere for over $20. Our customers love exploration through food, and we knew we could capture that experience in an unparalleled set of salts for an unmatched value – it's what we do.
FF: Hm, yes, all good points. How did you even find seven salts to include?
B: We actually started with about 15 different options that we then tasted and pared down from there. We were amazed by the broad spectrum of tastes and colors available; the ones we believed were the best are found in this set. They’ll take your holiday food preparations from bland to brilliant. And, of course, the set makes a great gift for all those culinary connoisseurs you know.
FF: True salts of the earth, then – in every sense. Love it. So tell us about these seven salts.
B: In no particular order: Inca Sun, Blue Persian, South African Oak Smoked, Hawaiian Red, Hawaiian Black Lava, Himalayan Pink, and Kalahari Desert. Each has its own unique origin and personality (thanks, Earth!) that you’ll have to try to believe.
FF: Fascinating. It'll be exciting to respond “which one?” when a holiday guest asks me to pass the salt. And just $8.99 for the entire 12.7 ounce set? Seriously?
B: Yes! 7 Salts of the Earth is truly worth its salt.
INGREDIENTS: KALAHARI DESERT SALT, HAWAIIAN BLACK LAVA SALT (SALT, ACTIVATED COCONUT SHELL CHARCOAL), SOUTH AFRICAN OAK SMOKED SALT (SALT, OAK WOOD SMOKE), INCA SUN SALT, HIMALAYAN PINK SALT, HAWAIIAN RED SALT (SALT, BAKED HAWAIIAN RED ALAEA [VOLCANO ROCK], BLUE PERSIAN SALT.
Servings per container 240 | Serving size about 1/4 tsp (1.5g) | Amount per serving: Calories 0
Total Fat 0g (0% DV), Sodium 580mg (24% DV), Total Carbohydrate 0g (0% DV), Total Sugars 0g, Protein 0g.
The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.
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