Salt has always played a fundamental role, not only in nutrition but also in economic and social relations between cultures and countries. The history of Salt – from the Neolithic to the Industrial Revolution – has crossed oceans, deserts and rivers to unite Europe, Africa, China, Russia and America.
Our selection includes Coarse and Fine Himalayan Salt, coming from the Khewra salt mines in Pakistan. Naturally very rich in minerals, this variety of salt has a high percentage of iron oxide, which gives it its characteristic pink colour.
Cane Sugar is obtained from the Saccharum Officinarum plant, native to the Indo-Malayan region, which later spread throughout the tropical zone of Central and South America and Southeast Asia.
Sugarcane has a lush behaviour and inside the reeds flows a liquid that, once squeezed, can be drunk fresh, used as a sweetening syrup or converted to sugar through a process of concentration.