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The Connaught Telegraph: A Taste of Success for Achill Island Sea Salt

The Connaught Telegraph: A Taste of Success for Achill Island Sea Salt

“There is an emergence of local salts worldwide. Every one is different. Ours has a uniqueness maybe because of the seabed, the churning of the winter water, the north Atlantic Drift, and obviously how clean the water is. Some salts are grey and they have to be washed while ours is snow white.”

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The Irish Times: Salt of the Earth

The Irish Times: Salt of the Earth

In Ireland salt was always valued. It was essential as a preservative in the days before mass refrigeration. Before corner shops, neighbours in Ireland used to borrow things from each other and it was said that anything borrowed had to be returned. Anything, that is, except salt. If you asked for salt, it was given as a gift, and not expected to be replaced.

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