In nature there are many different minerals we call ‘Salts’. Himalayan Pink Salt 3.0 mm is a very common in our daily use. Harvested from ancient salt deposits that lie deep beneath the Himalayas Rock Salt Range; Himalayan Pink Salt is one of the best mineral salts available. Protected from the ages by the breathtaking mountains in Pakistan, the crystalized rock salt is 99.9% pure. Treasured for its clean, upfront salt taste and its extraordinary color, all-natural Himalayan Pink Salt has become an important ingredient in kitchens worldwide. The varying shades of delicate pink to dark rose are the lasting result of trace minerals such as iron, magnesium, potassium and calcium. We ensure that Himalayan Pink Salt provided by us is only of the highest quality and is completely organic compliant. Available in an extensive selection of grain sizes, this versatile mineral salt is the attractive essential that your kitchen needs. Buy in bulk to replace your everyday table salt with delicious Himalayan Pink Salt.
Coarse Grain are Ideal for use in salt grinders and mills, Coarse grain Himalayan Pink Salt is also a suitable size for brines, pickling and salt roasting. Try it as an exquisite presentation salt for fruit, cheese—even ice cream. Coarse grains are available in different sizes and you may also order different size combination.
If you look very closely at the particles of Table Salt, you will find little cubic crystals. These salt crystals are made of sodium chloride (NaCl), and their cubic shape is due to a very specific arrangement of the atoms. All of the minerals classified as salts are held together through ionic bonds. The arrangement of atoms, the shapes of the crystals they form, and their mechanical, thermal, and electrical properties are all due to this special type of bonding.
Large cubic crystals of sodium chloride (NaCl) are often found in nature (Halite); this is the same material that makes up the tiny crystals of table salt. The cubic arrangement of atoms, and the cubes that are visible in these large Halite crystals and the small grains of table salt, is called the rock salt structure. These cubes are the result of a very specific atomic arrangement of the sodium and chlorine ions, which is a result of both the ionic charges and the ionic radii.