We’re committed to using local, renewable resources and reducing our carbon footprint.
We refuse to keep taking and consuming, without consideration for future generations. That’s why we harvest our salt from an ever-replenishing, renewable source in the Kalahari Desert, located within South Africa.
It was discovered beneath a 50km2 salt pan that three underground streams converge and replenish an ancient underground salt lake of 55 million tons from which the salt water is deposited into pans under the hot Kalahari sun and sun-dried. This process lives in harmony with the natural rainfall and the surrounding environment. We only extract what nature provides.
We aim to keep reducing our carbon footprint by paying attention to our packaging and supporting local businesses where ever we can.
Local is lekker and we’re proudly South African.