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Welcome to our cercle de sel (salt circle)

When we’re not busy sprinkling the word from weekly market events we’re dreaming up new tantalizing blends. Keep an eye out for upcoming events and new product rollout announcements on our homepage, Twitter, and Facebook. In the meantime, we’ll be in the kitchen. If you’re interested in knowing even more about salt, we’d love to hear from you. There’s nothing we love talking about more than salt.

Wishing you salt and light,
Jody and Laine

For all media inquiries email us at info@salinitysalts.com or contact Jody at 541-821-SALT (7258)

If you are a retailer, mixologist, restaurateur, or vineyard owner interested in our finishing salts email us at info@salinitysalts.com. Please include your industry in the subject line.

 

 

Gordon Ramsay’s Hotel Hell, FOX Television: Season 2

Gordon Ramsay's Hotel Hell on FOXWe’re so excited that Gordon Ramsay chose our Lavender Honey Bee Finishing Salt atop his caramel-covered Chocolate Pot De Crème dessert recipe. Gordon’s revamping of the menu is only a portion of the changes Gordon strongly suggests to the owners of the Applegate River Lodge in Applegate, Oregon. Televised on Monday, August 4 at 9:00 p.m. on FOX Network.

 

Southern Oregon Magazine - Spring 2014 Edition

Southern Oregon Made, Salinity Elements from Sea and Soil

Salinity™ Salts featured in Southern Oregon Magazine

Salinity, located in Southern Oregon, creates finishing salts and offers 10 distinctive infusions sure to please any palette. Finishing salts are sprinkled on any dish or drink after it has been prepared to add a unique edge to any food experience. Their salt is sourced from Guerande, France, where the grey salt is hand harvested and solar evaporated from nutrient and mineral rich clay soils in a process called winning. The salt is certified organic by France’s Nature and Progres, the most rigorous salt certification in the world. In addition, all Salinity’s herbs and spices are organically and sustainably grown, as well as local whenever possible, ensuring optimal quality and flavor. Salinity recently planted 100 rosemary plants, and hope to farm as many herb/spices as possible in the future.

“I like to give food as gifts, because it seldom goes to waste. Salinity was born while trying to figure out what to give my loved ones for the holidays,” says founder Jody Van Buskirk.